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GALLERY: Honoring Alhambra's firefighters at the Rose Parade

The city honored Alhambra firefighters at the Jan. 2 Pasadena Rose Parade. "They help the elderly, save homes, and even rescue cats from trees," KTLA-5 published.

The parade float title, "No Call Too Small," represents Alhambra Fire Department's philosophy, in which Assistant Chief Raymond Mosack said: "Whether it's horrific or mundane, we'll go out and make people's lives better," Pasadena Star-News reported.

The $90,000 float was funded by the city's restricted art fund, Pasadena-Star News reported.

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