REDDING, Calif - This week marked six months since the devastating Carr Fire began burning in Shasta County.
Since then, organizers have been working hard to set up the, "Meet the Faces That Tell Our Story " art show.
That show will honor 30 residents who in many ways came forward to help the Shasta County community through the crisis of the fire.
This includes homeowners, law enforcement personnel, and even beloved Redding Fire Inspector Jeremy Stoke who died in that fire tornado.
The goal is not only to help people heal but showcase the strength, resilience and bravery of those neighbors.
That event will be happening Friday, January 25th at the Redding City Hall from 4-8 p.m.
If you cannot attend, the artwork will remain at city hall until May to be viewed at any time.
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