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January 11th - District Awards Donations to Fire Victims

Various Butte County residents impacted by last year’s wildfires and others are pictured during a presentation ceremony Jan. 3 in Oroville. From left to right: Brenda Rightmyer of Butte County Recovery Team, Osmond Riley, Keliecia Riley, Leilani Blake, Camiel Wood, all of Bangor; Gina Miller representing parents Dave and Kathy Strang of Oroville: Wayne and Bud Barnes of Feather Falls;  Shelton Enochs of Oroville Rotary Club; and Kelly and Jett Doyle of Feather Falls. 


Several families and individuals from Butte County affected by the fall wildfires were among the recipients of several thousand dollars from Rotary District 5180 Foundation.

A total of $20,000 was divided among various families and individuals in Butte and Yuba counties impacted by last year’s wildfires.

Among the local recipients were a widower in poor health who is caring for a developmentally disabled son; a single mother of an 11-year-old daughter; a veteran and his family; a single woman raising an 11-year-old son; and a retired couple who lost an uninsured home and are living in a fifth-wheel trailer on the property.

Rotary District 5180 Governor Sandi Sava announced the foundation’s distribution. Presentations to the Butte County families was made Jan. 3 in Oroville.

“Those who donated expressed a desire that the money make an impact in the lives of those who will receive the assistance,” Sava said. “These fires have disrupted so many lives, and the need is great. We in Rotary are humbled by the stories — not just of near miraculous escapes, but of courage to push forward after such tragedy,” Sava said in a press release.

Shelton Enochs of the Oroville Rotary Club helped organize the donation.