The Kern County Fire Department will be holding a Wildfire Awareness Expo in Tehachapi to provide the community with valuable information on wildfire awareness, hazard reduction, and emergency preparedness.
The expo will be on May 17 at Meadowbrook Park from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
On display will be wild land firefighting equipment and the opportunity to meet local wild land firefighters.
There will be free hot dogs, chips, drinks, educational materials for children, Kern County Fire Explorers, Helicopter 408, Forest Service, American Red Cross, CERT Teams, Fire Safe Councils, and Kern County Fire Hand Crews will be in attendance.
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