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Calistoga and St. Helena first responders joined members of the Boys & Girls Club for a thank you dinner Nov. 20 in Calistoga.
Members of the St. Helena and Calistoga Boys & Girls Club created and displayed artwork in honor of first responders to the Kincade Fire at a 'thank you' dinner Nov. 20.
Chef Shaun Acosta and his team from the Resort at 400 Silverado Trail prepared a meal at the Calistog Boys & Girls Club Nov. 20 to thank first responders from the recent Kincade Fire.
Calistoga's Police Sgt. Tim Martin, and newly promoted Corporal Kristine Romo enjoyed a 'thank you' dinner for first responders at the Calistoga Boys & Girls Club Nov. 20, after the Kincade Fire threatened the town with an advisory evacuation, and was contained Nov. 7.
Calistoga Fire Chief Steve Campbell shared stories with members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga at a first responder 'thank you' dinner Nov. 20.
Calistoga Police Chief Mitch Celaya joined the first responders invited to a 'thank you' dinner at the Boys & Girls club in Calistoga Nov. 20.
St. Helena Mayor Geoff Ellsworth joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Calisotga and St. Helena in thanking first responders from the Kincade Fire, at a dinner Nov. 20.
From left, Calistoga Firefighter Scott Glaholt, Resort at 400 Silverado Trail chef Shaun Acosta, Jason Tamagni, Calistoga fire prevention officer and engineer, and Trent Yaconelli, executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Calistoga and St. Helena, at a 'thank you' dinner Nov. 20.
On Nov. 20, The Boys & Girls Clubs of St Helena and Calistoga hosted a ‘thank you’ holiday meal in gratitude to first responders from the Upvalley, who protected the two Napa Valley towns from the recent Kincade Fire.
The Kincade Fire started Oct. 23 in Geyserville, and quickly spread throughout Sonoma County, burning 77,700 acres and threatening Calistoga with an advisory evacuation.
All members of the Upvalley police, fire, and EMT services were invited to sit alongside Boys & Girls Club members for a family-style meal, which was prepared in partnership with the chef team from the not-yet open Resort at 400 Silverado Trail, otherwise known as Four Seasons.
The club received donations from local grocery stores and hotels, and Teen Club members worked with Chef Shaun Acosta and his team, helping prepare the food and the Club for the dinner.
Club members also created special gifts in their art programs to show their gratitude, all of which were shared at the dinner.
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