One of Colleyville’s most popular programs returns this summer—the Colleyville Fire Department’s Fire Rescue Camp. For one week this summer, kids in the program will get the opportunity to experience life as a firefighter.
Conducted by real firefighters, the camp provides hands-on experience in the day-to-day skills required to be a firefighter and instills a sense of individual responsibility and team work. Campers participate in controlled firefighting exercises, learn and practice CPR, first aid, and fire prevention. Fire Rescue Camps are open to both boys and girls.
Two camps are scheduled this summer: June 10-14
and June 17-21.
The five-day camps are conducted from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
at the Colleyville Central Fire Station, 5209 Colleyville Blvd. The camps are open to students ages 9-13 only; Colleyville residents are given first priority. Cost for the camp is $125 and includes lunch at the fire station; registration is required. The last day to register is Friday, May 5. To download an application, click here
or for more information, call 817.503.1400.