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August 3, 2009

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Get Your Child Ready For School With Free Immunizations from The Houston Fire Department and Blue Cross and Blue Shield

It takes more than school supplies to get your child ready for the new school year.

The Houston Fire Department and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Care Van have teamed up again in 2009 to offer free childhood immunizations at your neighborhood fire stations. This is the perfect time to get your child up-to-date on their immunizations for school and avoid the rush before school resumes after the summer. The immunizations are FREE. All you need to bring is your children, your identification and your children's immunization records.

Immunization times are 4 p.m. -7 p.m.

Thursday, August 6                    Fire Station 51                  6902 Bellaire Blvd.

Thursday, August 20                 Fire Station 11                  460 T. C. Jester

Thursday, September 3             Fire Station 29                  4831 Galveston Road

Thursday, September 17           Fire Station 59                  13925 S. Post Oak Road

Thursday, October 1                  Fire Station 44                  675 Maxey Road

Thursday, October 15                Fire Station 70                  11410 Beamer Road

Thursday, November 5               Fire Station 76                  7100 Cook Road

Thursday, November 19             Fire Station 32                  8614 Tidwell Road

Visit the Houston Fire Department website at for more information. Any questions? Contact the HFD Public Affairs office at 713-495-7900.


Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 10. That is Fire Fest day. If you have not been to Fire Fest before. you don't know what you're missing! Fire Fest is an all day (10am-5pm) family fun event that benefits the Houston Fire Museum. It is held at the HFD Val Jahnke Training Facility located at 8030 Braniff, just south of Hobby Airport off Telephone Road. Admission is free and there will be plenty of food, music and fun for everyone. Come and see live fire and rescue demonstrations, antique fire trucks and a whole lot more. Remember, October 10, there. If you didn't know about the Houston Fire Museum, please visit for more information.

Remember: Working Smoke Detectors Save Lives! Have You Tested Yours Lately?

If you need a smoke detector contact the Houston Fire Department Public Affairs Office at 713-495-7900.

For more information on any HFD Program including the Civic Safety Chain e-mail service, please visit or e-mail

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