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6/25/2014 6:20:00 AM
Chino Fire promotes members
Review/Salina Sialega
Robin Jacobson, right, pins a badge on her husband, Terry, as part of his promotion to Fire Captain Thursday night at a special Chino Valley Fire District ceremony.
Review/Salina Sialega
Robin Jacobson, right, pins a badge on her husband, Terry, as part of his promotion to Fire Captain Thursday night at a special Chino Valley Fire District ceremony.
Review/Salina Sialega
New Battalion Chief Allen Harris, right, laughs at a bottle of dish soap Thursday presented to him by Central Yavapai Fire District Operations Chief Jeff Polacek, who used to work for Chino Fire several years ago. Polacek told a story of when he, Harris and others who used dish soap instead diswasher soap to do dishes in the Chino stationís dishwasher, which bubbled up and ran out.
Review/Salina Sialega
New Battalion Chief Allen Harris, right, laughs at a bottle of dish soap Thursday presented to him by Central Yavapai Fire District Operations Chief Jeff Polacek, who used to work for Chino Fire several years ago. Polacek told a story of when he, Harris and others who used dish soap instead diswasher soap to do dishes in the Chino stationís dishwasher, which bubbled up and ran out.

Salina Sialega
Chino Valley Review


Chino Valley Fire Chief Scott Freitag handed out promotions and awards at a special ceremony at the Road 3 North Station Thursday night.

Allen Harris' family, including wife, Cheryl, joined him for a badge-pinning ceremony as he was promoted to Battalion Chief.

Robin Jacobson pinned a badge on her husband, Terry, as part of his promotion to Fire Captain.

Scott and Samantha Bulters wore big smiles when she pinned a badge on her husband's uniform during his promotion to Engineer.

Newly sworn firefighter Nick Guzzo was accompanied by his parents, Nick and Lorraine Guzzo.

Freitag also welcomed new HR assistant Maria Reed and clerk Debbie Harrison was honored with a dozen red roses. In addition, CYFD surprised assistant fire marshal Andie Smith with flowers.


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