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Paradise High School band students receive generous donation

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made a generous donation to Paradise High School students affected by the Camp Fire.

Posted: Apr 11, 2019 11:24 PM
Updated: Apr 11, 2019 11:24 PM

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this destructive.} that was wilson walker reporting. in a statement pg&e tells us, "it is clear that more needs to be done to adapt and address the threat of extreme weather and wildfires." governor newsom will speak more on the topic tomorrow. members of the church of jesus christ of latter day saints made a generous donation to paradise high school students affected by the camp fire. action news now reporter laura eng tells us more. laura: paradise high school band students lost more than one hundred instruments in the camp fire, but thanks to this generous donations, students can continue to keep up their passion and play music.*nat po* music plays a big role in greg schofield's life... by allowing me a place to just be unabashedly myself. the camp fire changed the face of the school band schofield loved so dearly... the support network we built up was much smaller, fractured as everybody scattered. schofield, like many of his classmates, lost his tuba in the camp fire. but thanks to a generous donation, the music is back on... we feel like music is a very healing thing...*nat pop of instruments movin* mike and april denver are members of the church of jesus christ of latte? day saints in washington. we've been collecting instruments to try and help the people in paradise, to show them we care and give our support. laura: the band lost two french horns in the camp fire, but take a look of the dozens of instruments, the band got two to replace them.*nat pop clarine* kayla dixon's family moved to elk grove, just south of sacramento, when the fire destroyed their home. dixon continued commuting up north to stay at paradise high school. staying with the band has definitel ybeen a form of normacly. we've become a close knit family. she says while the camp fire changed her life, it doesn't define her. now we have something in common it's made us closer now. the church memebres will still drive to yuba city for
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