In 2003, the Fresno Grizzlies brought it back and established the Al Radka Award to bestowe on individuals who have made important contributions to local Fresno sports. The 55th Annual event was just held this past February, with Tony DeFrancesco, manager of the 2015 Triple-A National Champion Fresno Grizzlies as the guest speaker.
These cards are 4"x 6", feature black and white photos and fire prevention tips (or cheesy slogans) on the back in the form of cartoons. The design is very similar to the 1987 Fire Prevention Team set which featured a much more prominent line-up of contemporary All-Stars. For this set, it appears some, if not all, of the photos have been recycled from other cards or publicity photos. The Rudy May photo was clearly copied from the 1983 Yankees Photo Album.
The set is almost entirely comprised of players from West Coast teams or those simply from the West Coast, namely Rex Hudler, who wouldn't play in California until joining the Angels in 1994, but had been a local Fresno high school standout and Ron Robinson, who would never play on the West Coast, but was drafted out of Woodlake High School in Woodlake, California (about an hour southeast of Fresno). This set caught my eye because it included a previously unknown (to me) card of Dave Henderson. While Hendu is shown in a Boston cap, at the time of the Dinner, he had already been traded from Boston to San Francisco, granted free agency, and signed by Oakland.
As of this posting, copies of the set are still available on eBay. The checklist is currently assumed to be complete. Scans of all cards are available at the Trading Card Database.