Firefighter grads

Parkland College welcomed a new group of firefighting recruits Jul. 30 in Melville. Twenty-one students are enrolled in the NFPA 1001 Professional Firefighting program this fall. Until the beginning of November, the students will learn the ins and outs of firefighting at the Melville fire hall and at Parkland College’s Emergency Services Training Site just east of the city. Parkland College offers the only full-time professional firefighting training program in Saskatchewan through a partnership with Lakeland College of Vermilion, AB.In photo, on truck from left: Riley Gyorgy (Saskatoon), Cody Kirton (Regina), Colton Hagley (Regina), Jordan Bieber (Regina), Connor Wilder (Regina). On ground drom left: Jason Mo (Regina), Alexa Scammell (Saskatoon), David Gessner (Saskatoon), Racquel Lys (Fort Qu’Appelle), Brett Boha (Yorkton), Mitchell Wilson (Cupar), Connor Holoboff (Moose Jaw), Dylan Calvert (Wynyard), Cole Morris (Regina), Jesse Berthelette (Martensville), Chase Griffin (Saskatoon), Zackery Nixey (Regina), Ryan Tarry (Regina), Grant Gessner (White City), Connor Brown (Moose Jaw), Koby Keepness (Regina).

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