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DELANO- Delano Fire Chief Bob Van Lith confirmed Monday morning that a lawn mower was the cause behind his department being called out to a shed on Darrow Avenue Friday.
Van Lith said the mower, which had just been used, had cables attached to the battery at the time of the incident. He reported the cables melted and burned off the mower by the time the department arrived on the scene.
“Nothing got going,” Van Lith said, noting nothing else caught fire during the incident. The Delano Fire Department was on scene for approximately an hour and a half. Van Lith said there was considerable smoke and heat damage inside the shed. He indicated the shed wall by the mower was charred, and that five vehicles in the shed were “smoked up.”
The Watertown Fire Department provided mutual aid.
SPONSORED POST. Delano’s annual summer kick-off, River Street Jam, is set for Saturday, June 3 in downtown Delano. Entertainers include: The White Keys at 7 p.m.; Martin Zellar at10 p.m. Gates will open at 6 p.m. A pork chop dinner with be served with music by Delano River Band. Advance tickets are $15, available at Dave’s Town Club and State Bank of Delano. Tickets are $18 at the gate.
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SPONSORED POST. As part of the Park and Recreation Committee meeting Wednesday, May 24, there will be an open house from 6 to 7 p.m. at Delano City Hall to welcome citizens to learn more and ask questions about the splash pad proposed for Central Park.
SPONSORED POST. Up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan presented by Bill Jamerson will be a guest speaker Wednesday May 17 from 11 a.m. to noon at the Delano Senior Center.
Bill began collecting stories about the Upper Peninsula of Michigan while researching for his PBS film Winter Wonderland. Due to its isolation, and remoteness, the UP has many cultural traditions that have been preserved. Pasty shops, sauna, and ski jumping tournaments are still part of the culture. Bill turned many of these stories into songs to create programs that are as informative as they are entertaining.