Four-alarm birthday

Hurley Fire Department rolls out to help celebrations


May 8, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe Lt. Les Harris, left, and Chief Mike Sejbl, right, of the Hurley Fire Department, celebrate the birthdays of Harris' 6-year-old twin grandsons, Kyler Rieb, left, and Kayden Rieb, who show their ages with their fingers in their excitement as several HFD trucks stop at their home on a rainy May 1 afternoon along Wisconsin 77 in Gile.

GILE, Wis. - The Hurley Fire Department wants to help make childrens birthdays a little more fun as they remain relatively home-bound during the coronavirus pandemic.

The department will be part of birthdays for kids ages 3 to 6 in the city of Hurley, for the duration of the shutdown order when kids can get out and visit people again, said HFD Chief Mike Sejbl. 

"We're going to continue that until things get back to somewhat normal," Sejbl said.

Several HFD trucks and some personnel will stop at the curb with a happy birthday sign and hand out goody bags. The 10-item bag has the plastic fi...

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