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“Heroes Week” at Southborough summer camp

Radeen, age 5, sits in the driver's seat of a Southborough ambulance as part of Heroes Week at the Southborough Recreation Department's summer camp.

Radeen, age 5, sits in the driver's seat of a Southborough ambulance as part of Heroes Week at the Southborough Recreation Department's summer camp.

Southborough – The Southborough Recreation Department's youth summer camp recently held its “Heroes Week” at the Finn School.

The camp featured a visit from members of the Southborough Police and Fire departments and emergency vehicles. Campers were able to learn about the vehicles while talking with both firefighters and police officers about their jobs. The kids were able to sit in the fire tucks and police cars and were even able to experiment with some of the gadgets.

Campers were also invited to dress up as their favorite superheroes for the day. Dressed as Batman, Robin and Spiderman, the campers certainly had no trouble embracing the weeks” theme.

Photos/Gregory Arnold

 

 

 

 

 

Campers at Finn School learn about the gear that every firefighter wears while on the job.

Campers at Finn School learn about the gear that every firefighter wears while on the job.

Tyler, age 4, poses with his fire helmet in front of a Southborough fire truck.

Tyler, age 4, poses with his fire helmet in front of a Southborough fire truck.

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