Duane Todd tells the students to cover their ears as the fire truck siren is sounded. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial firefighter Corkey Waide shows Chase County Schools kindergartners the ear phones firemen wear to communicate during an emergency. Weather outside on Friday allowed students to climb through the city pumper cab, too. (Johnson Publications photo)

Youths show enthusiasm during Fire Prevention Week demonstrations

    The Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) responded to a need to educate preschoolers, kindergartners and fourth graders during Fire Prevention Week.

Allen Darell, manager-operator of the Nebraska Lions Foundation Mobile Screening Unit, gets the equipment ready for hearing tests on a pair of students Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lions member Kelly Hammerlun uses the Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener for a close up picture of the student’s eyes, as information on several facets of vision is gathered. (Johnson Publications photo)

Volunteers crucial to annual health checks

    School Nurse Angie Paisley said she couldn’t do it without them.


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