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  • 4 SLO sisters collect blankets for Thomas Fire victims

    Four San Luis Obispo sisters (Alyssa Neville, 9, left, and her sisters Reagan, 9, Cambria, 7, and Madison, 12) have coordinated a blanket drive for Thomas Fire victims. Collections are taking place at Laguna Middle School and Bishop’s Peak Elementary.

Four San Luis Obispo sisters (Alyssa Neville, 9, left, and her sisters Reagan, 9, Cambria, 7, and Madison, 12) have coordinated a blanket drive for Thomas Fire victims. Collections are taking place at Laguna Middle School and Bishop’s Peak Elementary. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Four San Luis Obispo sisters (Alyssa Neville, 9, left, and her sisters Reagan, 9, Cambria, 7, and Madison, 12) have coordinated a blanket drive for Thomas Fire victims. Collections are taking place at Laguna Middle School and Bishop’s Peak Elementary. Joe Johnston The Tribune

4 SLO sisters collect blankets for Thomas Fire victims. Here’s how to help

December 18, 2017 12:45 AM