With your den, pack, or family visit Utah Museum of Fire Service History & Firefighter Memorial and complete the following requirements to earn this patch:
1. Sign the register and take a tour of the Fire Museum and Memorial.
2. Watch the Fire Safety movie (approximately 15 min).
3. Talk about the steps of Fire Safety.
4. Name a method of communication first used between firemen and stations that is still used today. (Morse code and/or bells)
5. Tour the Memorial Gardens and observe a moment of silence for those who gave their lives to save the lives of others.
6. Name one of the first modes of transportation used to get to a fire. (Hand cart or horse driven carts)
7. Name two makes of fire trucks. (Pierce, LaFrance, Vanpelt, Sea Grave, Crown, Pirsh, Ford, Mack)
8. Visit the Envirocare Safe Alternative Exhibit and name something all Scouts use that is Radioactive. (Coleman lantern mantels)
For more information please call: (435) 843-4040 or make an appointment with Dave Hammond (435) 830-6556. There is an auditorium for meetings and awards.
Open Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Utah Museum of Fire Service History & Firefighter Memorial
Location: Deseret Peak Complex in Tooele County (2930 State Route 112 – Between Tooele & Grantsville)
Admission: $1.00 donation per person.
This patch may be purchased at a local Scout Shop.