Deer Springs Fire Safe Council
Serving Residents in the communities of North Broadway, Jesmond Dene, Hidden Meadows, Rimrock, Champagne Village, Welk Resort and
in San Diego's Inland North County
A 501(c)(3) Community Service Organization
Local Wildfire Danger: HIGH. Please use caution in outdoor activities.
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EIGHTH ANNUAL FIREFIGHTER APPRECIATION DINNER
The Deer Springs Fire Safe Council and Lawrence Welk Resort teamed up again this
year to host the eighth annual Firefighter Appreciation Dinner. The event was held on two nights (November 7 and 9) to allow as many
work shifts as possible to attend. This year, firefighters and paramedics from North County Fire Station 4 were also invited as they
frequently respond on mutual aid calls with the Deer Springs District.
DSFSC Receives California State Honor
The Deer Springs Fire Safe Council has been honored with a prestigious CAL FIRE
Annual Recognition Award for 2014 for its service to firefighters, the Deer Springs Fire Protection District and San Diego County.
The award was accepted by Craig Cook, president of the Deer Springs Fire Safe Council, at CAL FIRE's San Diego Unit headquarters
in El Cajon on Feb. 12. The council is one of three Partnership Award recipients for 2014, and it is one of only two fire safe
councils to ever receive this honor.
“We're very humbled and very pleased to accept this on behalf of the Fire Safe Council. It came
as a complete surprise to us and I have to say that it’s a very very tremendous honor for us,” said Cook in accepting the award. “I
want to thank our community in particular for being there after all the years that we’ve been in the Fire Safe Council. Without the
community support we wouldn’t be here.”