By CCVFireEMS Coordinator/Public Information Officer William Smith
This Saturday, February 8th, three Fire Rescue High School Cadets from Class #24, Cadet Corporal Mitch Painter, Cadet Corporal Brenden Donias and Cadet Corporal Dylan Walker are heading to Calvert County to compete in SkillsUSA Competition against Calvert and St. Mary’s County’s Cadet Programs.
With the assistance and training from the Potomac Heights Volunteers and the cadet’s parents our cadets have been practicing for this event for over a month and are up to the challenge. As Chief Justin Lucas has said, these “young bucks are exceptional and eager to compete”.
All are invited to come to the event to show support for the cadets and our program.
Location: St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department located at 200 Calvert Beach Rd, St Leonard, MD 20685
Pictures courtesy Potomac Heights Volunteer Fire Department
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