In mid-September, nearly 250 Latter-day Saints in Northern California helped assemble 1,500 boxes of food for people impacted by the Oroville Fire.
"I’ve been in office 16 years and I think I’ve been through eight different fires. They’ve gradually become worse and worse,” said Bill Connelly, Butte County supervisor for District 1.
Once assembled, the boxes were donated to the Oroville Hope Center, a nonprofit Christian outreach organization that provides food, clothing and resources to Butte County’s most vulnerable community members.
“Choose You This Day Whom Ye Will Serve” | James B. Martino | 2020