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Are you one of the MFB's 155 Centenary Babies?

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04 Aug 2016
As part of MFB's 125 year celebrations, we are on the hunt for the 155 babies born in our centenary year.

MFB is looking to speak to the children born to firefighters in 1991, our centenary year. Each family was presented a certificate and silver Christening cup, a bunch of flowers for the mum and a smoke alarm for their home.

If you are an MFB staff member and your son or daughter has become a firefighter, or works for the MFB in any capacity, we would especially like to hear from them.

If you are not employed by the MFB but were born to an MFB firefighter in 1991, we would still love to find out what you are now doing at the age of 25.

Below: Centenary baby Max Cassar, son of Leading Firefighter Oliver Cassar, followed in his dad's footsteps and graduated this year.

Please contact: MFB125@mfb.vic.gov.au with any information you might have!

To learn more about the MFB's 125th Anniversary visit: www.mfb.vic.gov.au/mfb125

 

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