Neighbors helping neighbors
El Dorado Hills youngsters Ava Landry, Olivia Mancinelli, Natalie Mancinelli and Lulu Mancinelli, left to right, collected money and blankets for fire victims. Courtesy photo In September Dominic mancinelli and Zack Garcia raised $1500 for American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey aid. "So many tragedies lately but they feel better helping those in need," said mother Dani Mancinelli. Courtesy photo
Devastating Northern California fires have claimed at least 40 lives, destroyed homes and businesses and displaced thousands of people.

Though untouched by flames, many El Dorado Hills residents have been affected by the tragedies unfolding to the west and have found ways to help — opening up their homes to displaced relatives and friends and collecting donations for fire victims.

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