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Posted on: May 22, 2018

Volunteers Sought for Free Smoke Alarm Installation Program


The Pocatello Fire Department is putting out the call for volunteers.

The department along with the American Red Cross and local partners is looking for volunteers for their Home Fire Preparedness Program. Currently, help is needed for advance teams, logistic support, alarm installers, and disaster safety educators. The event will be June 2 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  

“Even if you can’t get on a ladder to install an alarm, we could still use your help,” said Kim Stouse, Community Relations/Education Specialist with the Pocatello Fire Department. “Before the event, advance teams talk to residents about the program. Other people work as disaster safety educators who teach people what to do during an emergency.”

If you are interested in lending a hand or need more information, contact Kim Stouse at 208-234-7083 or via email at

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