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Reinhardt University Provides Training Opportunity for Local Firefighters

Standing in front of Cobb Hall are (left to right) Tim Norton, Vice President of Advancement and Marketing, Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Ryan McElwee, Cherokee County Fire Shift Commander, Stephanie Owens, Chief Financial Officer for Reinhardt University and Cherokee County Assistant Fire Chief, Eddie Robinson.
Standing in front of Cobb Hall are (left to right) Tim Norton, Vice President of Advancement and Marketing, Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Ryan McElwee, Cherokee County Fire Shift Commander, Stephanie Owens, Chief Financial Officer for Reinhardt University and Cherokee County Assistant Fire Chief, Eddie Robinson. (click image for slideshow)
June 15, 2018 | The Cobb Residence Hall, originally built in 1969, served a new purpose this week after housing 72 men each year for nearly 50 years. Before the residence hall is demolished next Monday, Cherokee Fire and Emergency Services personnel used it to train for unique situations they rarely have the ability to practice. “Reinhardt is pleased to partner with Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services and offer one of our oldest facilities, Cobb Hall, for fire rescue training. ... (read complete story)

A Cherokee County firefighter climbs a ladder to the top of the three-story building.
A Cherokee County firefighter climbs a ladder to the top of the three-story building.
A firefighter assists as a mannequin is lowered out of the window of the building.
A firefighter assists as a mannequin is lowered out of the window of the building.
A door is locked as firefighters begin to force it open.
A door is locked as firefighters begin to force it open.
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THERE IS A BURN BAN IN EFFECT IN CHEROKEE COUNTY. The ban is in effect from May 1, 2018 through September 30, 2018. The only burning allowed are: Recreation fires and Agriculture burns. If there are any questions please contact Cherokee County Fire Marshal's Office or the Georgia Forestry Commission.

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