Friday, October 17, 2014

Lakeside's Cedar Fire Monument Needs Your Help

Lakeside, CA - 

The ongoing effort to make the Cedar Fire Historical Monument a reality is moving forward. The site chosen for the monument is adjacent to Lakeside's River Park fire station on Lakeside Ave.

The Cedar Fire Historical Monument will be a place that will be forever set aside for our community to remember the devastating wildfire that touched all of our lives. It will be a place for reflection and remembrance of those that tragically lost their lives. It will also be there to provide education and awareness for the next time wildfire threatens our community.

While the project is moving forward, financial help is still needed to make this important historical monument a reality.

The San Diego Regional Fire Foundation, a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization, is accepting donations on behalf of the Cedar Fire Historical Monument project. For more information on this project and to make a donation, visit the following webpage provided by the Lakeside Fire District:

                                 Lakeside Fire District Cedar Fire Historical Monument Webpage

Lakeside LVG Jack Williams laying-out the site.
The monument site from above.
Lakeside firefighter climbs E202s above the monument site.

Post by: Captain Scott Culkin, Lakeside Fire District

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