Speech to Text for Local Heroes Join Madrona Elementary Hero Run
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we have some road palicia says:y kids have been running to raise money for a new playground. they're current playground isn't a-d-a compliant and isn't big enough for the 400 kids that use it every day. rick vetter says: the playground around here madrona is kind of old and it needs work so they're just looking at replacing the whole thing. so to raise money and run out some energy kids have talked with friends and family to gather pledges for x amount of dollars for every lap they run. so the more laps you run, the more money you raise. and the kids couldn't wait to get started. "ready, set, go!" but what's a hero run without your local heroes? the josephine county sheriff department, josephine county search and rescue, grants pass department of public public safety, rural metro fire and williams fire all showed up during the afternoon to run along side the students "come on don't give up" and encourage them along the way. public safety, rural metro fire and williams fire all encourage them along the way. after their run students got to explore the fire trucks. "is it warm? what do you think?" and for some students it was all they could do to contain their excitment. "because this stuff is so awesome and the coats to warm and and i'll be able to put out fires i've never done that before yeah and i'm i'll be able to make fires when i'm an adult that's why want to be a firefighter" "what do you think about this do you think it's pretty cool? i love it!" at medrona elementary school, alicia rubin, newswatch 12. there's a new pavilion on the southern oregon university