Volunteers offer clothes, gear, food in Igo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members of the B.I.T.C.H. (Babes In Total Control of their Happiness) Club of French Gulch join Robin Birmingham (kneeling, second from left), and her mother (standing, far right) at a giveaway station across from the Igo Store on Saturday. Club members provided free sandwiches and food throughout the day. Birmingham has received donations of quality clothes, camping gear, toiletries and more to help those left homeless by the Clover Fire.

Back row, from left: Nancy Barber, Valerie Castro, Arlene Watson, Birmingham’s mother; front row, Pamela Golenor, Birmingham, Eileen Woll, Robin Durand.

Candace L. Brown
Candace L. Brown has been a newspaper and magazine reporter and editor since 1992, including eight years at the Redding Record Searchlight. She lives in Redding and can be reached at candace.freelance@gmail.com.
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