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North Shore Fire/Rescue

North Shore Fire/Rescue provides fire, emergency medical and life safety services to the City of Glendale and the Villages of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, River Hills, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay.

Thanksgiving Fire Safety

Thanksgiving fire safety, turkey fryer

Preparing to cook Thanksgiving Dinner? North Shore Fire/Rescue Chief Robert Whitaker has some safety tips in his blog http://chiefwhitaker.wordpress.com/

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Fire Prevention Week 2013

Fire Prevention Week, Fire is Everyone's Fight

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North Shore Firefighters Need Your Help!

North Shore Fire, peanut butter, Hunger Task Force

North Shore Firefighters are joining their peers from the fourteen Milwaukee County Fire Departments to collect peanut butter for the Hunger Task Force. Peanut Butter is a staple in Hunger Task Force's distribution to those in need and Hunger Task Force is running short of peanut butter. So, next time your out shopping, pick up an extra jar of peanut butter and drop it at one of North Shore Fire/Rescue's Stations:

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Change your clock, change your battery!

north shore fire/rescue, north shore fire department, smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector, change your clock change your battery, daylight savings time

As you change your clocks tomorrow morning for daylight savings time, don't forget to also change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

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How to Stay Safe When Warm Weather Creates Hazardous Ice Conditions

North Shore Fire/Rescue, ice safety

Winter recreational activities, such as sledding, ice skating, and ice fishing can be very enjoyable and help get rid of cabin fever. Unfortunately many winter activities put us either on, or in close proximity to frozen ponds, lakes, and rivers. Understanding the dynamics of ice can help us avoid a potentially dangerous situation, and may help save the life of a neighbor, friend, or loved one.

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