The life-saving devices, collected at Red Wings games, will be distributed to low income families, seniors and people with disabilities.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, February 5
Yolanda Serra, Comerica Bank vice president and banking center manager, recently presented Farmington Hills Fire Dept. Lt. Michael Kish with smoke detectors collected during the Detroit Red Wings’ 11th annual Smoke Detector Drive presented by Comerica Bank. The donated smoke detectors will benefit low-income families as well as elderly and disabled members of the community. Collection boxes were stationed at southeast Michigan Comerica Bank locations during the 11th annual Detroit Red Wings Smoke Detector Drive. Additional in-game collections will be held before the Wings take on the Edmonton Oilers on Feb. 9 and before the Wings face the Los Angeles Kings on Feb. 10, on home ice at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. Source: Comerica Bank press …
The alarms will be provided to local residents who need the life-saving devices installed in their homes.
- POLICE & FIRE
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The Farmington Hills Fire Department is teaming up with the Detroit Red Wings and Comerica Bank to promote the 11th Annual Smoke Detector Collection and Distribution Campaign. Farmington Hills fire fighters are asking members of the public to drop off new packaged smoke alarms to Fire Station #5, 31455 11 Mile Rd. (at Orchard Lake Road) in Farmington Hills. Fire fighters are encouraging Scouts, churches, schools, and other civic groups to participate in the collection. As a special thank you, groups who donate will receive a tour of Fire Station #5. Any Farmington Hills resident who lives in a single family dwelling and needs a smoke detector can stop by Fire Station #5 to fill out a smoke detector installation application. Fire fighters …