Clinton Fire Department seeking volunteers to help place smoke detectors in homes

Courtesy of Clinton Alderman Jehu Brabham, I wanted to share this with you. It didn’t make it to the Suburban Digest page, so I hope there’s time for interested volunteers to sign up.

If you are looking for a “help your neighbor” project to start the new year, then volunteer to be a smoke alarm installer. The Clinton Fire Department by way of the state Fire Marshall’s Office is making a concerted effort to place a FREE fire alarm in every house. What is needed are volunteers willing to be trained and take smoke alarms to the requested houses and install them at no cost to the homeowner. Smoke alarms are also being made available to people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Clinton Fire Marshall Richard Hanks will conduct a training session Wednesday, January 9 at 9 a.m. at Brighton Park clubhouse. If interested, email Jehu Brabham at


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