BIGGS, Calif. - Dozens of people took their children to meet “Santa,” decorate cookies and ride a train, all thanks to the owner of Old Miracle Ranch who held a benefit for those displaced by the Camp Fire.
The ranch located at Smith Avenue allowed children to do just all that for only $5, and 100 percent of those proceeds go towards those displaced.
Actors dressed up as “The Joker,” “Batman,” “Elsa,” “Anna,” and “Santa” helped greet guests as they entered through the gates.
The train circled around the ranch and there were lots of opportunities to jump in a bounce house.
One-hundred percent of the proceeds made from the event will go those affected by the terrible fire.
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