Raising the roof at Burning Down the House

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Raising the roof at Burning Down the House

Fire Marshall Karola Hanks of the Durango Fire Protection District and Karen Barger, owner of Seasons Rotiserrie & Grill, remember the 2008 downtown fire that destroyed downtown businesses, including Seasons, at the restaurant’s annual Burning Down the House dinner held on Feb. 22. The event honors the firefighters who responded that day.
Guests at Seasons Rotiserrie & Grill dine during the annual Burning Down the House dinner held on the anniversary of the fire that destroyed the restaurant’s previous incarnation in 2008. Every year, fire boots are placed in the resteraunt for donations to help firefighters in the event of injury or death as well as scholarships for their kids.
Guests at Seasons Rotisserie and Grill dine during the annual Burning Down the House dinner held Feb. 22. The restraunt displayed iconic firefighting objects such as fire hoses, boots, helmets and jackets. The dinner benefits The Hundred Club of Durango in honor of the firefighters who responded to the 2008 downtown fire which distroyed several downtown businesses including Seasons.
Chief Dan Noonan of the Durango Fire Protection District catches up with the district’s Board President Emil Wanatka at Seasons Rotisserie and Grill during the annual Burning Down the House dinner Feb. 22. The dinner is held annually in honor of firefighters who responded to the 2008 downtown fire which distroyed downtown businesses including Seasons.

Raising the roof at Burning Down the House

Fire Marshall Karola Hanks of the Durango Fire Protection District and Karen Barger, owner of Seasons Rotiserrie & Grill, remember the 2008 downtown fire that destroyed downtown businesses, including Seasons, at the restaurant’s annual Burning Down the House dinner held on Feb. 22. The event honors the firefighters who responded that day.
Guests at Seasons Rotiserrie & Grill dine during the annual Burning Down the House dinner held on the anniversary of the fire that destroyed the restaurant’s previous incarnation in 2008. Every year, fire boots are placed in the resteraunt for donations to help firefighters in the event of injury or death as well as scholarships for their kids.
Guests at Seasons Rotisserie and Grill dine during the annual Burning Down the House dinner held Feb. 22. The restraunt displayed iconic firefighting objects such as fire hoses, boots, helmets and jackets. The dinner benefits The Hundred Club of Durango in honor of the firefighters who responded to the 2008 downtown fire which distroyed several downtown businesses including Seasons.
Chief Dan Noonan of the Durango Fire Protection District catches up with the district’s Board President Emil Wanatka at Seasons Rotisserie and Grill during the annual Burning Down the House dinner Feb. 22. The dinner is held annually in honor of firefighters who responded to the 2008 downtown fire which distroyed downtown businesses including Seasons.
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