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Community steps up to take care of firefighters

Robert HugginsRed Cross workers provide refreshments for emergency personnel Wednesday in Nevada City.
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Restaurants and other community organizations were quick to provide food and drink for firefighters at Wednesday’s blaze in Nevada City.

Among those helping, the American Red Cross said, were:



Ike’s Quarter, sandwiches; Bonanza Market, water, doughnuts, coffee; The Mine Shaft, ice; Nevada County juvenile hall, sandwiches; Larry and Lena’s Pizza, pizzas; Posh Nosh, sandwiches, apple crisps, fruit and salsa; Express Mart, sandwiches; Paulette’s Country Kitchen, macaroons, cookies, fruit and sandwiches; McDonald’s, coffee, juice, sandwiches, iced tea, lemonade; Bank of America, water bottles; New Moon Cafe, sandwiches; Citizens Restaurant, pizza; SPD, juices; National Hotel, coffee; Wayne Brown Correctional Facility, iced tea; Moore’s Cafe, coffee, food; Asia, food.




Nevada City Fire Auxiliary members Georgine Wasley, Elma Baker and Carol Tremewan also kept firefighters fed.


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