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The National Fallen Firefighters
Foundation® has designated a
special section in the Walk of
Honor® to honor and remember
Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog.

Join this worthy cause by
making a donation for a brick in
this special section.

The brick walkway links the
official National Fallen
Firefighters Monument honoring
all fallen firefighter heroes to the
historic firefighters Chapel as it
winds its way through the
National Memorial Park, site of
the annual National Memorial
service. Congress created the
National Fallen Firefighters
Foundation® in 1992 to honor
all fallen firefighters and to
assist their survivors in
rebuilding their lives.

Now is the time to show your
support for fire safety education
and the National Fallen
Firefighters Foundation® by
helping to complete this permanent tribute to the American fire

Below you will find a information on Sparkles' Memorial
pathway on the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation's®
Walk of Honor® in Emmitsburg, Maryland at the National Fire
Academy campus.

A memorial service was held at Sparkles' Pathway on June
29th, 2011.
Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog
Memorial Pathway
Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog at the
National Fallen Firefighters Memorial
June 2008
We will soon post a tribute to Sparkles
made by
Cesar's Way magazine
Firefighter Dayna Hilton visiting the location of
Sparkles' Pathway (April 2011) with the
National Fallen Firefighter Foundation staff and
friend, Emily McGlaughlin.
Below is a configuration of the
bricks for Sparkles' Pathway.
The bricks in the gold color
have been sold so far.

Each brick is a donation of
$100, payable to the National
Fallen Fire Firefighters
Foundation. Your donation is
tax deductible.
Honoring the work of Sparkles the Fire
Safety Dog and the work of the National
Fallen Firefighters Foundation
“Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog will be remembered by her legion
of fans -- past, present, and future -- as a safety icon. Sparkles
made a real difference in the lives of children and families across
America. Her legacy will continue to inspire fire and life safety
educators everywhere to follow in her pawsteps in spreading her  
lifesaving message.”
Meri-K Appy, President, Home Safety Council
Supporting the
This page is dedicated to
supporting the work of
the National Fallen
Firefighters Foundation®.
Please visit their site at
Sparkles the Fire Safety
Dog editorial cartoon
by Paul Combs
Read about Sparkles the Fire
Dog in an article by
Cesar's Way Magazine
Firefighter Dayna,
Sparkles the Fire Safety
Dog and Spanner in
New York City on
FOX and Friends.
Click on the picture
below to watch
Firefighter Dayna,
Sparkles and
Spanner on FOX
and Friends.
The Czech Family including
Sparkles' #1
Fan, Ryan
Dr. Harry Carter
Glenn and Margie Trembley
Mac and Lori Finlayson
Michael McLeieer
The Hilton Family
Table 14
Thank you to the following people and
organizations that have supported Sparkles
Pathway and the National Fallen
Firefighters Foundation
NFA Cel Class March 2011
Johanna Stadler
Sparkles the Fire Safety Dogs' Memorial Service
June 29th, 2011
National Fallen Firefighter Foundation Walk of Honor at
the National Emergency Training Center
Emmitsburg, Maryland