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The fires are growing but not incredibly fast yet and mostly in rural areas.
Here is what our Corps are doing in response to the heat and the fires:
Grass Valley/Auburn Corps- Feeding response to 80-100 first responders at Jones Fire in Nevada City for the next 4 days
Oakland Corps- Serving food to evacuees at Red Cross Shelter in Livermore for Marsh Fire
Napa Corps- Serving food to evacuees from Hennessey/Gamble Fire at Napa County Shelter
Yuba City Corps- Serving food to Jones Fire evacuees with Red Cross request at- 36 at Days Inn and 21 at Bonanza Inn
Lodi Corps- Opened a cooling center
Concord Corps- On standby ready to respond if needed. Opened their food pantry and offering space inside to cool down
Santa Rosa Corps- Opened cooling center at Santa Rosa Senior Center. Opened 11am-7pm
Our Canteen Crews are being alerted one at a time in case we need to scale up our response.
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