Giving back to those with help

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The Auburn Reporter – on behalf of the Valley Regional Fire Authority – presents a $500 donation to The IDEA Project – at a recent gathering. Proceeds were generated from the Reporter’s Support First Responders page it publishes each year.

The IDEA (interactive disability education awareness) Project, a nonprofit organization, works to understand and support children with disabilities. Learn more at

At the ceremony are, from left: Allison Bureau, founder of The IDEA Project; Carol Greiling, general manager of the Auburn Reporter; and Brent Swearingen, fire chief and administrator of the VRFA.

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