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Boy Scout offers smoke detectors
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Brandon Honeycutt of Troop 499 has teamed with North Warren Fire Department for his Boy Scout Eagle Project called “Save A Life.”
His project is to install smoke detectors in homes in the North Warren Fire Department area. The teen has raised enough money to purchase smoke detectors and 9-volt batteries to update existing smoke detectors.
The Eagle Scout candidate would like for you to call him if you live in the North Warren Fire Department area and would like for your home to be evaluated for fire safety and installation of smoke detectors.
He will be assisted by North Warren Fire Hall and Scouts of Troop 499 in doing this project. He will accept calls today, June 16, Saturday, June 17, and Sunday, June 18, from 5 to 8 p.m.
He is looking for 25 homes to install smoke detectors. Honeycutt said those wishing to receive alarms will need to own their home or have their landlord call for permission. Call 934-2111. If no answer, leave a message.