Residents, friends and good-hearted helpers are gathering along Pony Trail off Yodel in the Otis area today to help the community get back on its feet – physically, emotionally and spiritually.
First, a group from Calvary Chapel in Lincoln City is getting together for a big food-feed during an organizational meeting outlining their sincere desire to help those whose homes were damaged or completely destroyed by the Echo Mountain blaze.
Group leader Corey Rivera is helping to coordinate the activities. Rivera and members of the church are amassing what is likely to be a large outdoor picnic for those who are volunteering to help home and property owners to begin rebuilding their homes, lives and spirits following the devastating fire in October.
Those who would like to volunteer their time and love to help Rivera and his group can learn more about it by calling Corey Rivera at 541.272.7405.