Near record low temperatures Saturday morning didn't deter the Sheridan Fire-Rescue department in their annual open house to coincide with National Fire Prevention Week. Hundreds of students visited the station last week and the public was given a chance Saturday to take a tour and see what goes on behind the scenes. Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer says education is the main reason for the week's activities.
Those brave souls who came out in the cold were treated to lunch around noon at the open house. The event is one of two held every year by the Fire-Rescue department. The other one is usually held during E-M-S week in May.