Atlanta – Insurance Commissioner John W. Oxendine and Macon-Bibb County Fire Chief Marvin Riggins will conduct a fireworks education and safety demonstration on Thursday, June 26, at 11 a.m.
Oxendine and Chief Riggins will conduct a demonstration on the proper use of legal Georgia sparklers.
I hope they set something on fire. But, then, I prefer comedy to safety.
By the way - we could have two (potential) gubernatorial candidates in Macon Thursday, and at about the same time. I understand Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle will be here for and educational roundtable (whatever that is) and a tour of the dialysis center at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.
I doubt an open flame will be involved in either of those events, but you never know.
UPDATE: According to his office, Lt. Gov. Cagle is going to be here for a roundtable with school board superintendents in the morning. After lunch he's touring the dialysis unit at the Medical Center.