Oklahoma Heart Hospital donated a new SPARKY costume for the OKC Fire Department canine mascot at the Oklahoma City Council September 29th meeting.
“SPARKY” is the spokesman for spreading the word of fire safety to children and adults in clubs, schools, organizations, and special interest groups.
Mayor Mick Cornett, Fire Chief Keith Bryant, Deputy Fire Chiefs thank Oklahoma Heart Hospital representatives Wendi Wilson, Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus Chief Operating Officer John Austin, and Carl Frownfelter R.N. for the donation of the Sparky costume.
"SPARKY" is wearing a red fire helmet with a clear plastic visor that swings up and over the helmet or can swing down to protect his eyes. The head is covered with a white plush fur with black spots, and also comes with a matching set of gloves.
Tue, September 29, 2009
by Oklahoma Heart Hospital