Thanks from St. Paul Fire Department
Message From The St. Paul Fire Department:
As you are aware the St. Paul Fire Department responded to an incident on October 25, 2012 that none of us could have prepared for nor could have expected. Children gravely injured in the most horrifying of circumstance, compounding it with Members responding knowing their own children attend that school has shaken the Department and Community to its core. We continue on, only knowing things will get better, and as such our Department will get stronger.
Words cannot express the gratitude and comfort I feel from all of you in the Fire Service. Your calls, emails and visits remind me we are not alone, and your offers of prayer and support are most appreciated. It is impossible for me to respond to each and every one of you, so saying that please accept this word of thanks from the bottom of my heart.
Trevor J. Kotowich
Fire Chief / IAAI-FIT
Director Emergency Management
Town of St. Paul
The Pink Heart Campaign was dedicated to helping our community of St. Paul Alberta, heal from the tragic events of Thursday, Oct 25. We have a strong community spirit and generous hearts. Our collective love and prayer will help us heal and become whole once again.
A pink heart is chosen to represent our healing because it was Megan Wolitski's favorite color. The community wishes to surround all children, families and community members impacted by this accident with support.