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Wednesday, August 17, 2022
Home Sara and Fire Engineer Jason Carlisle became the first husband-and-wife team to serve Clarksville Fire Rescue as Sara was sworn in Friday along with 18 other new firefighters. Son Levi, 6, was on hand for the ceremony. Sara and Fire Engineer Jason Carlisle became the first husband-and-wife team to serve Clarksville Fire Rescue as Sara was sworn in Friday along with 18 other new firefighters. Son Levi, 6, was on hand for the ceremony.

Sara and Fire Engineer Jason Carlisle became the first husband-and-wife team to serve Clarksville Fire Rescue as Sara was sworn in Friday along with 18 other new firefighters. Son Levi, 6, was on hand for the ceremony.

Sara and Fire Engineer Jason Carlisle became the first husband-and-wife team to serve Clarksville Fire Rescue as Sara was sworn in Friday along with 18 other new firefighters. Son Levi, 6, was on hand for the ceremony.

Sara and Fire Engineer Jason Carlisle became the first husband-and-wife team to serve Clarksville Fire Rescue as Sara was sworn in Friday along with 18 other new firefighters. Son Levi, 6, was on hand for the ceremony.

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan smiles at Lexie Huff, infant daughter of newly sworn Clarksville Firefighter Matt Huff. Lexie was born on Huff’s third day at the fire academy earlier this year. Huff was among 19 new firefighters who took the Clarksville Fire Rescue service oath Friday.