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Fire, fear, and a helping hand

An upbeat man with a ready laugh, Bill now he admits being stunned by the evacuation. “As we were leaving, I was noticing all these cops coming up here, and I was thinking, wow, this is, like real.”

A smile to share

“I like being social and like to give back,” says BreAnna. “Our parents always said we were very blessed and that we should always give back. I thought the Red Cross was a way I could do that.”

Shelter from the (fire)storm

Vacaville area resident Karen Stickler, her husband, and their dog fled their home because of the LNU Fire, eventually finding a Red Cross shelter where they received care and comfort.

Central Coastal Chapter board member ‘leads by example’

Rayvon Williams’ contributions to the Central Coast Chapter go beyond filling key leadership positions on its Board of Directors: He’s regularly promoted the importance of fundraising, he’s helped forge deeper relationships with Red Cross partners, he’s served on the chapter’s Heroes Breakfast committee, and he’s hosted lifesaving Red Cross blood drives at the Watsonville Municipal Airport. And that’s just a starter list.