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Applicants sought for Tucson Fire girls camp

Citizen Staff Writer

The Tucson Fire Department Public Safety Academy is taking applications for its girls fire camp May 29-31.

The camp teaches firefighting and rescue operations under the supervision of female firefighters from TFD and Northwest Fire Department. The camp is open to girls age 14-17, and applicants must be in good physical condition with a current physical and medical insurance, a TFD news release said.

To apply, contact Cheryl Horvath at chorvath@northwestfire.org or Laura Baker at laura.baker@tucsonaz.gov. There is a $25 fee for girls accepted to the camp.

The application deadline is April 17. For more information, call Horvath at 887-1010, Ext. 2005; or Baker at 791-5211, Ext. 1208.



Tucson Fire taking applications for its girls fire camp May 29-31

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