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Students in Curtis Elementary's Kids Unite after-school program took up items for the firefighters fighting the PK fires.

May 2, 2011 by Anonymous

Curtis Kids Unite: Lt. Cody Lee of the Lone Camp Volunteer Fire Department in Palo Pinto County (aka.WISD assistant network manager) came in full gear to accept their donations and talked to the students about the volunteer firemen and their roll in fighting fires. Lee, who is also WISD's assistant network manager, answered several questions by the students concerning the current fire situation (courtesy photo).Curtis Kids Unite: Lt. Cody Lee of the Lone Camp Volunteer Fire Department in Palo Pinto County (aka.WISD assistant network manager) came in full gear to accept their donations and talked to the students about the volunteer firemen and their roll in fighting fires. Lee, who is also WISD's assistant network manager, answered several questions by the students concerning the current fire situation (courtesy photo).

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