San Luis Obispo County’s official town criers, Bev and Jerry Praver, left, join members of Cambria’s FireSafe Focus Group, the Cambria Fire Department and other dignitaries to unveil a sign at the fire station announcing Cambria’s status as a Firewise Community. The designation came about through the efforts of the focus group in developing an action plan that promotes fire safety.
San Luis Obispo County’s official town criers, Bev and Jerry Praver, left, join members of Cambria’s FireSafe Focus Group, the Cambria Fire Department and other dignitaries to unveil a sign at the fire station announcing Cambria’s status as a Firewise Community. The designation came about through the efforts of the focus group in developing an action plan that promotes fire safety. Stephen H. Provost sprovost@thetribunenews.com
San Luis Obispo County’s official town criers, Bev and Jerry Praver, left, join members of Cambria’s FireSafe Focus Group, the Cambria Fire Department and other dignitaries to unveil a sign at the fire station announcing Cambria’s status as a Firewise Community. The designation came about through the efforts of the focus group in developing an action plan that promotes fire safety. Stephen H. Provost sprovost@thetribunenews.com

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