Adventure awaits


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Firefighter Nate Dewey from the West Milton Fire Department discussed safety along with being familiar with firefighters and the equipment they use during the program. Lieutenant Dewey encouraged families to practice a fire drill in each of their homes during the visit to the library Thursday in West Milton.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Here, children step onto a fire engine with help from Lieutenant Nate Dewey during the program. According to Children’s Librarian Wendy Heisey, the program, which encourages reading, has offered visits from Brunkner Nature Center as well as the Miami County Park District.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Firefighter Nate Dewey from the West Milton Fire Department discussed safety along with being familiar with firefighters and the equipment they use during the program. Lieutenant Dewey encouraged families to practice a fire drill in each of their homes during the visit to the library Thursday in West Milton.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Here, children step onto a fire engine with help from Lieutenant Nate Dewey during the program. According to Children’s Librarian Wendy Heisey, the program, which encourages reading, has offered visits from Brunkner Nature Center as well as the Miami County Park District.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Firefighter Nate Dewey from the West Milton Fire Department discussed safety along with being familiar with firefighters and the equipment they use during the program. Lieutenant Dewey encouraged families to practice a fire drill in each of their homes during the visit to the library Thursday in West Milton.
http://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2017/07/web1_170713aw_WM_Library_4674.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Firefighter Nate Dewey from the West Milton Fire Department discussed safety along with being familiar with firefighters and the equipment they use during the program. Lieutenant Dewey encouraged families to practice a fire drill in each of their homes during the visit to the library Thursday in West Milton.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Here, children step onto a fire engine with help from Lieutenant Nate Dewey during the program. According to Children’s Librarian Wendy Heisey, the program, which encourages reading, has offered visits from Brunkner Nature Center as well as the Miami County Park District.
http://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2017/07/web1_170713aw_WM_Library_4689.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Milton-Union Public Library summer reading program “Open It — Adventure Awaits” had a visit from the local fire department Thursday in West Milton. Here, children step onto a fire engine with help from Lieutenant Nate Dewey during the program. According to Children’s Librarian Wendy Heisey, the program, which encourages reading, has offered visits from Brunkner Nature Center as well as the Miami County Park District.

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