The Laguna Food Pantry thanked its volunteers for helping distribute free groceries despite the threat posed by the Emerald Fire on Feb. 10. Executive Director Anne Belyea said dedicated volunteers served 110 families the day of the fire despite ongoing evacuation orders and warnings.
“We went back-and-forth from 5 to 7 a.m. debating whether it was safe for our volunteers and Pantry families,” Belyea wrote in an email.
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