Fire Camp open to Wichita teens

Fire Camp open to students

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WICHITA, Kansas— The Kansas Firefighters Museum is sponsoring a free summer camp for students who have completed the eighth grade.  For one day, on June 1st, 100 kids will get a taste of what firefighting is really like.  Click to watch this interview with past participant, Jessica Peters, and Sedgwick County fireman, Dru Kellerby, who are both volunteering their time at the camp.

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