OROVILLE, Calif. - During the board of supervisors meeting in Oroville, a resolution has been made to make November 8 officially known as Camp Fire Remembrance day.
This is to encourage all residents to participate in a moment of silence every year at 11:08 a.m. on Nov. 8. While also encouraging residents to reach out and help where they can, thank those who are assisting in response and recovery efforts and embrace the compassion and resilience of Butte County and its residents.
Action News Now will have more on this decision on-air at 4 and 5.
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