DAVIS, Calif. - Young musicians took the stage over the weekend to aid in the road to Camp Fire recovery.
Yolo County Middle School and High School band members came up with a way to make sure Paradise students continue to make music after the Camp Fire.
Students from the schools invited Paradise band students to perform in a concert ensemble at Davis Senior High School.
"It's nice to be recognized because a lot of the sports teams are always recognized," said Kayla Dixon, a junior band student. "And they deserve it, I'm not saying they don't, we're really proud of them, but it's nice that they reached out to us and we're happy to be here."
The performances helped raise money to replace about 100 instruments, sheet music and uniforms destroyed in the fire.
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