East Avenue Church in Chico became their second home. Now, Camp fire victims have to leave it too.

By Melissa Etehad

For nearly a month, Camp fire evacuees at the East Avenue Church in Chico have spent their days eating together, sleeping next to one another and talking through their grief.

Some of the displaced were older and didn’t have family. Others were low income and were barely able to make ends meet…

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Source: LA Times

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