COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

Driven to help the fire victims

Auburn Mountainview High School joins relief effort

  • Wednesday, January 3, 2018 3:30pm
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Volunteers, including Joey Santos, above left, an Auburn Mountainview High School alumnus, and his mom, Abby Santos, came together this week to collect and sort a large collection of clothing and items donated to the Auburn Food Bank for victims of the Dec. 26 Heritage Building fire.

The high school commons served as a collection and distribution center this week.

People who were displaced were able to come in and select what they needed. The remaining items will be shared with a variety of services, including homeless shelters, Goodwill, school drives and other outlets.

COURTESY PHOTOS, Tracy Arnold

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