PHOTOS: Scenes From Burien/NP Fire Department's Holiday Outreach; Also, How You Can Still Help

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The Burien / Normandy Park Fire Department has done a holiday outreach program for over 25 years, and Tuesday morning (Dec. 22nd), they set out with Santa in their shiny fire trucks to make their annual delivery to 59 local families in need.

Local firefighters receive family names from the Washington Department of Social and Health Services office, then provide each one with a nice turkey dinner as well as stuffing, pies and other assorted food.

Each family also receives several toys and gifts for each child, as well as gift cards to Fred Meyer for each teenager 13-17.

One hundred percent of all donations are returned to the community and all donations are distributed locally.

“Contributions were down a bit this year,” said Doug Leudeman of Fire District #2. “And while we had enough gifts to give out, we could certainly use more cash donations to help offset some of the costs.”

Cash donations are still being accepted at the Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department Headquarters Station, located at 15100 8th Ave SW; phone: (206) 242-2040; website:

Photographer Michael Brunk was there to capture this Photo Slideshow:

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One Response to “PHOTOS: Scenes From Burien/NP Fire Department's Holiday Outreach; Also, How You Can Still Help”
  1. Kathy Keene says:

    Thanks guys. You make our community a better place with your presence! Thank you, thank you. I wish you all a safe abd happy Holiday season.

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