The week of October 5th was "National Fire Prevention Week". The Randolph Fire Department visited The Academy Preschool and Kindergarten on Wednesday, October 7, to discuss fire safety and prevention with the students. The firefighters are (from left to right) Rich Briant, Adam VanAntwerp and Bill Wagner.
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By JEFFREY SWANSONJuly 17, 2018
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