Join DCNR At 75th Birthday Bash For Smokey Bear! Pine Grove Furnace State Park Aug. 8

In recognition of his historic and continued impact on forest fire prevention, please join DCNR staff, and other state officials in wishing Smokey Bear a happy 75th birthday on Thursday, August 8 at 1:00 p.m., at Pine Grove Furnace State Park in Adams County.

The celebration will be held at Furnace Stacks Pavilion. Cake and light refreshments will be provided.

We hope you can join us and Smokey at the park to celebrate the longest-running public service national advertising campaign in U.S. history!

Visit the Smokey Bear Helping To Prevent Wildfires For 75 Years webpage.

For more information on state parks and forests and recreation in Pennsylvania, visit DCNR’s website, Visit the Good Natured DCNR Blog,  Click Here for upcoming events, Click Here to hook up with DCNR on other social media-- Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr.

(Reprinted from the July 24 issue of DCNR’s Resource newsletter. Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)

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[Posted: July 24, 2019]


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