With graduation comes the badge. And Johnson County Fire District No. 2 this summer held a graduation for volunteer firefighter recruits at its Spring Hill station. Capt. Brad Davis (right), coordinator of the volunteer program, congratulated recruit Scott Johnson of Overland Park after he pinned the badge on Johnson.
With graduation comes the badge. And Johnson County Fire District No. 2 this summer held a graduation for volunteer firefighter recruits at its Spring Hill station. Capt. Brad Davis (right), coordinator of the volunteer program, congratulated recruit Scott Johnson of Overland Park after he pinned the badge on Johnson. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
With graduation comes the badge. And Johnson County Fire District No. 2 this summer held a graduation for volunteer firefighter recruits at its Spring Hill station. Capt. Brad Davis (right), coordinator of the volunteer program, congratulated recruit Scott Johnson of Overland Park after he pinned the badge on Johnson. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

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