The volunteers at the Bethania Community Centre put on a Christmas lunch for Logan residents who come to the centre each Thursday with Anglicare.

The aged residents enjoy their weekly trip to the centre where they get to spend time with new friends and play different games and activities over the course of the day.

This week though they were given a special treat when the community centre cooked up a Christmas feast for all of the residents and staff as well as a few drop ins.

After attending a small fire at Edens Landing, the four man Queensland Fire and Emergency Services crew stopped into the centre where they sat with the other guests and answered any questions they had on fire fighting and fire safety while having some lunch.

The station commander did a small presentation on the correct way to use a fire blanket and what they should be used for. The blankets can be life savers for anyone however for older people they can be an easy way to help control a small kitchen fire with little effort.

Before leaving, Louie Naumovski from Logan House Fire Support Network and the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services firefighters from the Loganlea station handed out a fire blanket to all of the lunch guests.


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