Saturdays breakfast and the one in Mountain House next weekend benefit local charities, and are hosted during National Fire Prevention Week. The breakfast give a chance to community members to visit with their local fire crews fires.
Along with the breakfast there was a variety of activities for children through the morning, including a kids’ firefighter combat challenge, coloring and a visit from Sparky the fire dog. The morning’s events at Station 91 included a demonstration of a vehicle extrication using the Jaws of Life to cut apart a car donated from local tow company.
Breakfast activities continue the next week on Oct. 8 at Mountain House’s Station 98 at 911 Traditions Way. Crews will be on hand from 6 to 11 a.m. to serve the breakfast and run the activities for children. Proceeds from the Mountain House breakfast have gone to help fund community groups, including Mountain House Little League.
Tickets for the Mountain House breakfast can be bought at Station 98 or from Mountain House Little League members.