Friday, January 31, 2014

Practice a Home Fire Drill

We hope all our friends practice their home fire drill at least two times a year.

Our meeting place is the mailbox. Where is your meeting place?

Monday, January 27, 2014

Checking out the New Fire Safety Video!

I always like to check out my new videos that we have made! Looks good!


New Trick by Molly the Fire Safety Dog

Making Fire Safety Videos!

I'm working on fire safety videos today! I love helping keep children safe!

New Fire Safety Tip from Molly the Fire Safety Dog

Make a home escape map and practice your home fire drill with everyone in your home at least two times a year!

Video by the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation (

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Practice Fire Safety Every Day!

Practice fire safety every day!

It is super important, boys and girls, that you practice fire safety every day.

Make sure to have a plan, have working smoke alarms and practice your plan.

You can do it!

Friday, January 24, 2014

My Busy Day!

Shopping in town today. First stop: Clarksville Grain and Feed.

People compliment me on my manners. That makes me so happy!

Next stop: Check up at the vet! I got a great report! Whoo hoo!

I actually enjoy going to the vet. I sit nice and quiet the whole time. Firefighter Dayna and Dr. Neal both say that I am a good girl!

Today I Skyped with students from three classes at Catoma Elementary in Montgomery, Alabama. 

Get was our very first time to Skype with students in Alabama! We were very excited to add another state to our map!

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Clinton Library Tweets Our Photo of Rescue 5!

Am so excited that the Clinton Library tweeted this photo!

2014 Skype Schedule

We are happy to announce that, thanks our corporate partners, First Alert and State Farm, that the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation and the Fire Safety Dogs will be Skyping with schools at NO CHARGE with schools all over the world this year! We are so excited!

Without the support of our partners, we would be unable to keep this important program going, and we are very grateful to them for supporting our Skype program for another year.

Here are the dates and times that we have available. If you are interested in Skyping with the Fire Safety Dogs, applications are taken on a first come, first served basis, so get your application in today! These times and dates will go fast!

January 24, 9:30 AM CST  Catoma Elementary, Montgomery, AL
February 7, 9:30 AM CST
March 14, 10:15 AM CST San Diego Jewish Academy, San Diego, CA
March 21, 9:30 AM CST
March 28, 9:30 AM CST
April 4, 9:30 AM CST
April 18, 9:30 AM CST Hawkins Elementary (Group Skype) Atlantic Beach, FL
April 25, 9:30 AM CST
May 2, 9:30 AM CST
May 16, 9:30 AM CST
May 23, 9:30 AM CST
May 30, 9:30 AM CST
June 6, 9:45 AM CST Brewer Community School, Brewer, ME
June 13, 9:30 AM CST
June 20, 9:30 AM CST
June 27, 9:30 AM CST
July 4, 9:30 AM CST
July 11, 9:30 AM CST
July 18 9:30 AM CST
July 25, 9:30 AM CST
August 1, 9:30 AM CST
August 8, 9:30 AM CST
August 15, 9:30 AM CST
August 22, 9:30 AM CST
August 29, 9:30 AM CST
October 24, 9:30 AM CST
October 31, 9:30 AM CST
November 7, 9:30 AM CST
November 14, 9:30 AM CST
November 21, 9:30 AM CST
November 28, 9:30 AM CST
December 5, 9:30 AM CST
December 12, 9:30 AM CST
December 19, 9:30 AM CST
December 26, 9:30 AM CST

Please visit to learn more about Skyping with the Fire Safety Dogs and to fill out an application.

Until next time, stay safe! And remember: Fire safety rocks!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Be Smart, Stay Safe!

Stay safe, everyone!

Make sure that you have working smoke alarms! Is your smoke alarm older than 10 years old? 

If so, it is time to change it!

Monday, January 20, 2014

Monday Night Training at the Fire Station

It is so much fun doing to Monday night training at RFD #1. 

I have been going to the fire station ever since I was 9 weeks old!

The firefighters go to the station every Monday night for training, working on fire trucks and all sorts of other activities.

No Monday night is ever the same!

I love going to the fire station on Monday nights for training.

Why do firefighters train so much? They want to be well trained so that they can stay safe at fires.

Taking even more notes! 

Be a Good Helper!

Today I am helping Momma update the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation's Board Manual. 

Momma said that I look so grown-up in this picture. What do you think?

Boys and girls, it is super important to be a good helper!

Do something to help out the grown-ups in your life and make their day!

Saturday, January 18, 2014

9/11's "Rescue 5"

Rescue 5 is being housed at Central Station in Little Rock and today the Little Rock Fire Department is taking Rescue 5 to the Clinton Library.

Rescue 5 is a very special vehicle. It was on scene during 9/11 and 11 of the 12 firefighters that were on the engine perished.

The engine was restored by Firefighters in Chicago and now it is a "Rolling" memorial as it travels across the United States.

The Little Rock Fire Department was very fortunate to house Rescue 5 on its journey to San Diego.

Rescue 5 getting ready to leave from Central Station to the Clinton Library.

There it goes!

The Little Rock Honor Guard started to gather to start a procession to the Clinton Library.

Following the Honor Guard and me helping lead Rescue 5 to the Clinton Library .

Getting closer to the Clinton Library.

Helping lead Rescue 5 to the Clinton Library. We were very honored to be a part of the processional.

Posing with the Little Rock Fire Department Color Guard in beside Rescue 5 at the Clinton Library.

Sitting by Rescue 5. If you look really close, up above me you can see the names of the 9/11 firefighters that passed away from the engine company.

Rescue 5 is a memorial and no one is allowed inside the fire truck except the drivers and the family of 9/11 fallen firefighters.

We met many families coming out to the library to see Rescue 5.

The Little Rock Firefighters and Firefighter Dayna and I shared the story behind Rescue 5.

It was truly an honor for us to be there.

Rescue 5 sat just outside the Clinton Library for several hours. We spent about and hour and a half at the event.

Firefighter Dayna filled out the Little Rock Fire Department's Memorial Book that they started for Rescue 5.

She shared her memories from 9/11, including sharing her story of playing her bag pipes for the fallen firefighters 9/11 memorial service in Washington, DC.

I saw many boys and girls and got lots and lots of hugs. The hugs helped keep me warm. It was very chilly and windy.

All and all, a very amazing day with a very special vehicle.

The vehicle helps keep the memory of 9/11 alive, and we wish it well as it continues its journey.