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Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station

Erica Dischino / Tribune Brothers Connor, from left, and Camden Anderson sit on the bumper of a Willmar fire truck Tuesday at the 11th annual Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station. 1 / 6
Erica Dischino / Tribune Sawyer Meyer waits in line Tuesday with his father, Andrew Meyer, to see the inside of a police car during the 11th annual Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station. 2 / 6
Erica Dischino / Tribune Kade Knott is all smiles Tuesday during his visit to the 11th annual Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station.3 / 6
Erica Dischino / Tribune Ezrianna Deblado, left, places a fire hat on her head Tuesday while seated next to Kevin Guevara in a Willmar Fire Department truck. Tours of various emergency vehicles were part of the festivities at the 11th annual Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station. 4 / 6
Erica Dischino / Tribune Firefighter and ambulance paramedic Al Paulson helps 4-year-old Joseph Kuperus, center, exit a Willmar ambulance while his sister Lynnsie Kuperus follows behind. They were among visitors who toured emergency vehicles Tuesday at Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station.5 / 6
Erica Dischino / Tribune Four-year-old Blake Bowen, center left, tests a fire hose Tuesday with the help of firefighter Chad Robertson at the 11th annual Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station. The event gave children the opportunity to familiarize themselves with emergency vehicles ranging from fire trucks, to ambulances, a helicopter and a police car. The event also included a firefighter gear demonstration and a storytime hour. 6 / 6

WILLMAR — More than 200 children and their families came to Family Night at the Willmar Fire Station on Tuesday evening. The event gave children the opportunity to familiarize themselves with emergency vehicles ranging from fire trucks, to ambulances, a helicopter and a police car. The event also included a firefighter gear demonstration and a storytime hour.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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