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Organizers Looking for Donations to Repair Honey Run Covered Bridge

The historic Honey Run Covered Bridge is getting a second chance.

Posted: Dec 2, 2018 6:17 PM
Updated: Dec 3, 2018 11:26 AM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The historic Honey Run Covered Bridge is getting a second chance.

Some board members of the Honey Run Covered Bridge Foundation met Sunday morning to look at the damage.

The president of the foundation along with the event coordinator discussed how to collect donations for the Camp Fire destroyed bridge.

“I started the go fund me page to rebuild the bridge. This bridge is a symbol of this canyon and this community and I think it’s important we put it back,” said Tim Seeley, a resident of Butte Creek Canyon who started a Go-Fund-Me page for the foundation.

If you would like to donate to fund for repairs of the bridge, click here.

People can also donate at the Chico Rabo Bank locations, 237 W. East Ave and 2041 Forest Ave, the donation box is called "Honey Run Covered Bridge Refund."

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