PARADISE, Calif. - Camp Fire survivors met in Paradise for donations and lunch on Sept. 27.
Camp Fire survivor Kelly Boyer says having a guitar back feels like a blend of home and Christmas.
"Rebuilding Hope" gifted him the instrument at an informal gathering on Friday after his own guitar was stolen months ago.
"Don't give up. Just keep plugging away at it," said Boyer.
Also in Paradise was the non-profit organization, "Campaign Propane" who was on hand giving away generators to those impacted by the recent power shut-offs.
"I've made so many friends I never would have met otherwise," said Jocelyn Cronin, founder of "Campaign Propane". "There are some great hearts up here."
"Yeah, we lost everything, and it hurts and it's horrible...nightmares...but if you push through it, I promise ya, you will be alright," said Camp Fire BBQ owner, Brian Kendall. The food truck provided lunch for those at the event.
Reps at "Campaign Propane" say they plan to continue supporting survivors through the upcoming winter.
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