Junior, dad provide aid to victims of Northern California fires

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Junior Josh Rebello visited Sonoma in order to provide aid to the victims of the forest fires in Northern California. Rebello went with his father on Sunday, October 15th to provide food and help to those in need.

He helped serve food to victims who lost their possessions to the destructive forest fires.

“So my dad did it a couple days before me and he was telling me about it and all the stuff he did, and I thought it was kind of cool. So a couple days later that Sunday, me and him went down there to start preparing food and stuff like that for the victims,” Rebello said.

Josh had an eye-opening experience as he helped people who went through this disaster through this time.

“It felt nice to be able to help people in need because they didn’t have food or they didn’t have their homes it was nice to be able to know that I was helping people in need,” Rebello said.

Rebello’s father took Josh here to give him this experience of helping the less fortunate.

“My dad thought that it was good for me to be able to see that when people are in need that you need to be able to help them in any way possible,” Rebello said.