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Take The Pledge
- be careful anytime I use fire or items that can cause sparks.
- never leave my fire unattended.
- drown, stir, drown again and feel it’s cool with the back of my hand when I put out my fire.
- NOT use fire or operate equipment when it’s windy, dry or hot.
- make sure there are at least 15 feet between my fire and flammable things.
- always have a water source nearby.
- put out and discard smoking materials properly.
- NOT dump hot ashes from my BBQ grill or firepit.
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