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Furrows and fireplugs

Pluggie the robotic fire hydrant, a joint venture between the Optimist Club of Puslinch and Puslinch Fire and Rescue, was on hand at the Wellington Farm and Home Safety Association pancake breakfast in Alma on Feb. 25. Pluggie is an educational robot that helps deliver messages about fire safety to children, adults, schools and interest groups. Puslinch Fire and Rescue spokesman Ryan Ladner said, “The children really enjoy Pluggie and if we can keep their attention and teach them about fire safety, it’s a win-win situation for both.” Wellington County Queen of the Furrow 2016/17  Kayla Scott, left, and Princess of the Furrow 2016/17 Jade Ritter had a chance to meet Pluggie while volunteering at the breakfast.  Photo by Caroline Sealey

Furrows and fireplugs

March 10, 2017

 
 

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