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Above, members of the Artesia Fire Department and TriState CareFlight pose with Yeso Elementary School students during a field trip to the Public Safety Complex. At right, the AFD’s new, interactive Sparky the Fire Dog character makes his way in to “speak” to the students. Grace Miller - Daily Press

Above, members of the Artesia Fire Department and TriState CareFlight pose with Yeso Elementary School students during a field trip to the Public Safety Complex. Below, the AFD’s new, interactive Sparky the Fire Dog character makes his way in to “speak” to the students.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

YESO -EMS 3rd Graders Field TripBy GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia Fire Department introduced Tri-State Care Flight and Sparky the Fire Dog, a Robotronics technology-based tool used to interactively educate kids, to Yeso Elementary School third-graders during a “Civic Pride” field trip.
The first class present was instructed by Sonja Keim. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.