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i ,i chosen as ~ !!~i!~=~ !!!!i!~!iii ~!? 3111 ............. Sioux County Index-Reporter Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Here are members of the Hull Fire Department. From left, Brent Kleinwolterink, Greg Van Roekel, Mark Hoekstra, Brad Kats, Dan Poppema and Galen De Jong. Run Hoksbergen, Eric Haveman, Hull Fire Dept. Here'sthe complete list of Hull Fire Department Personnel: Galen De Jong, John Emmerick, Eric Haveman, Mark Hoekstra, Run Hoksbergen, Brad Kats, Cody Kiers, Rick Kiers, Brad Kleinwolterink, Brent Kleinwolterink, Kyle Lelux, Brad Oostra, Orlin Oostra, Barry Pollema, Dan Poppema, Eric Punt, Brian Sipma, Jeff Uittenboogard, Mike Van Es (fire chief), Jason Van Maanen, Mike Van Otterloo, Greg Van Roekel, Jeff Van Schepen, Justin Van Schepen, Matt Vande Hoef, Evan Wielenga and Todd Woelber. Boyden Fire Dept. Here's the complete list of Boyden Fire Department person- nel: Galen Blankers, Gene De Vos, Kevin Harskamp, Jamison Koele, Les Starkenburg, Doug Van Roekel, Kevin Van Roekel (fire chief), Andreah Maassen, Dustin De Wild, Brenda De Wild, Dwayne Hansmann, Chris Starkenburg, Craig Blankers, Dale Ricks,Holly De Vos Starkenburg, Alan Kamies, Jacob Guse and Bobby Vanden Brink. Boyden Feed There will be a pan- cakes-and-sausage sup- per this Saturday, Oct. 9, from 5-7:30 p.m. at the Boyden Fire Station on Main Street. This event is sponsored by the Boyden Fire, Rescue and Ambulance personnel. This is an all-you-can- eat event with a freewill donation suggested. All proceeds go towards fire and rescue equip- ment for the Boyden Fire Department. Personnel will also be giving station tours to Boyden Community Preschool students and Boyden-Hull Elementary School second-grade students during this week. Here's the Boyden Fire Department. Front row, from left, Kevin Van Roekel, Dusty De Wild and Craig Blankers. Second row, Bob Van Der Brink, Galen Blankers, Doug Van Roekel, Chris Starkenburg, Dwayne Hansmann and Gene De Vos. Back row, Andreah Maassen, Brenda De Wild, Les Starkenburg, Kevin Harskamp and Jamie Koele. Not photographed are Dale Ricks, Holly Starkenburg, Jacob Guse and Alan Kamies. Photos by Eric Viccaro, Sioux County Index-Reporter editor and the Boyden Hull Fire Department. Some important facts about the importance of fire prevention Fire Prevention is all about educating peo- Overall, 75 percent of all U.S. homes have pie on the importance of smoke alarms, and at least one working alarm. More than 50 percent of the smoke alarms encourages everyone to take the steps nec- found in reported fires and about 67 per- essary to update and maintain their home Each year, nearly 3,000 people die in U.S. cent of the alarms found in homes with fire smoke alarm protection, home fires, deaths were powered solely by battery. Tips and Facts In more than 50 percent of the reported Smoke alarms should be replaced every home fires in which smoke alarms were pres- 10 years. Smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a ent but didn't work, batteries werefound either reported fire in half. missing or disconnected. Nuisance alarms were Interconnected smoke alarms on all floors the leading reason for the disconnected alarms, increase safety. d ! ! COOP GAS & OIL Boyden Sioux Center