Chicago Fire Department shares fire safety program with community
Children learn fire safety through the Survive Alive House
Chicago (June 20, 2006) – Saint Xavier University’s S.T.A.R. Learning Academy invites the community to participate in the Chicago Fire Department’s fire safety program from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, July 25, in Lot 1 at the University’s Chicago campus, located at 3700 W. 103rd St.
Members of the community are encouraged to experience the Survive Alive House, an interactive and instructional facility. It simulates a house fire using special effects like non-toxic, artificial smoke, heat panels in bedroom doors and a street corner meeting place. Statistics show that since 1989, children who have participated in the Survive Alive House have contributed to a dramatic drop in fire-related deaths.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Saint Xavier University’s S.T.A.R. Learning Academy at (773) 298-3485 or visit www.survivealivehouse.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Contact: S.T.A.R. Learning Academy at (773) 298-3485 or visit www.survivealivehouse.com.
Saint Xavier University, a Catholic institution inspired by the heritage of the Sisters of Mercy, educates men and women to search for truth, to think critically, to communicate effectively, and to serve wisely and compassionately in support of human dignity and the common good.
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