Keep The Wreath Green by Being Safe
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, December 03, 2018
Keep The Wreath Green by Being Safe

Through New Year’s Day, a giant wreath covered in green bulbs will hang outside each of the five Marysville Fire District stations. The green bulbs will change to red whenever there is a structure fire within the Fire District.


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