Thursday, January 15, 2015

Smoke Alarms to Be Installed in West Nashville Neighborhood on MLK Jr. Day

Ready Nashville: Partnership for Fire Prevention in Nashville
Ready Nashville is a partnership between the American Red Cross and St. Luke’s Community House, made possible by the HCA Foundation and the participation of the Metro Nashville Fire Department and State Fire Marshal's Office.

One of the key objectives of Ready Nashville is fire safety and prevention, and one  of the key components of fire safety and prevention is making sure as many homes as possible are equipped with functional smoke alarms.

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Monday, January 19th) teams of volunteers will canvass the West Nashville neighborhoods that St. Luke’s serves.
For two reasons:
To hand out fire safety information to our neighbors
To install free smoke alarms for those residents who wish to participate.
No experience is necessary. Training/orientation will take place at 9:00am at St. Luke's. All volunteers will work in teams of 3. Bring your own team or join with new friends to help prevent fire-related deaths in our city!
To sign up to volunteer, please visit:
or call 615-250-4300.

Meet at The Roger's Building of St. Luke’s Community House,
Monday, January 19th, 2015   9:00am - 2:00pm
Click here to register:


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