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Thursday May 7th, 2015 3:50AM

HCFS opens registration for Camp Lifesavers

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - Hall County Fire Services has opened registration for Camp Lifesavers.<br /> <br /> Sponsored in conjunction with Hall County Parks and Leisure Services, Camp Lifesavers in a one-day safety camp for boys and girls ages 6- 11. Topics include water safety, fire safety, sports safety, animal safety, electrical safety and more. <br /> <br /> Three sessions will be held: Tuesday, July 8, Mulberry Creek Community Center; <br /> <br /> Wednesday, July 9, East Hall Community Center; and, Thursday, July 10, North Hall Community Center. Sessions will be held between 9:00-4:00 each day. Please register for one day only.<br /> <br /> Call: 770/531-6838 for more information.<br /> <br /> Fax: (770-531-6845) or email(fireprevention@hallcounty.org) the registration form that is found on the HCFS website, www.hallcountyfire.org.
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