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Marin Firefighters Host Fire Engine Relay to Benefit Burn Survivors May 28

Marin Firefighters Host Fire Engine Relay to Benefit Burn Survivors May 28

North Bay fire departments, members of emergency response agencies and California Highway Patrol will rev up and roll through Sonoma and Marin County on Thursday, May 28th for the 18th Annual North Bay Firefighter Burn Relay, a benefit for the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF).

This annual fundraising parade of antique and modern emergency vehicles will kick off at Southern Marin Fire Station 1 located in Sausalito (333 Johnson Street), arriving in San Anselmo at 10:45 (approximately), then make its way through the North Bay starting in Marin County and ending in Sonoma County. The North Bay Firefighter Burn Relay will end in a grand finale at Healdsburg Fire Department (601 Healdsburg Ave).

 

 


Marin County, C A – North Bay fire departments, members of emergency response agencies and California Highway Patrol will rev up and roll through Sonoma and Marin County on Thursday, May 28thfor the 18th Annual North Bay Firefighter Burn Relay, a benefit for the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF).

 

This annual fundraising parade of antique and modern emergency vehicles will have a new route in 2015 starting off at Southern Marin Fire Station 1 located in Sausalito (333 Johnson Street) and making its way through the North Bay; starting in Marin County and ending in Sonoma County. The North Bay Firefighter Burn Relay will end in a grand finale at Healdsburg Fire Department (601 Healdsburg Ave.).

“We are thrilled to have the support of the North Bay fire departments and California Highway Patrol for the 18th Annual North Bay Firefighter Burn Relay,” said Jennifer Radics, Executive Director for Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation. “Each year this event brings in approximately $50,000.00 to support the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation’s mission of enhancing the lives of burn survivors and promoting burn prevention education.”

Participating Fire Departments include: Healdsburg Fire Department, Windsor Fire Department, Cal Fire, Central Fire, Rincon Valley Fire Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Sebastopol Fire Department, Gold Ridge Fire Department, Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety, Rancho Adobe Fire Department, Petaluma Fire Department, Novato Fire Department, Marinwood Fire Department, San Rafael Fire Department, Ross Valley Fire Department, Kentfield Fire Department, Larkspur Fire Department, Corte Madera Fire Department, Tiburon Fire Department, Mill Valley Fire Department, Marin County Fire Department.

Along the relay route, with the assistance of the California Highway Patrol, our local firefighters will collect donations raised by numerous fire and public safety agencies through annual community events, like golf tournaments, pancake breakfasts and spaghetti dinners, and formally present the funds to the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation. Funds raised support the mission of AARBF and will provide services to burn survivors and support burn prevention education programs in the community.

The Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of burn survivors and promoting burn prevention education in the community. For more information,

please contact Samantha Zepeda, 415-495-7223 or via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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