Red Bluff >> The simple Christmas traditions of the 1850s will be brought to life 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park, 21659 Adobe Road, where the 40th annual Pioneer Christmas Party will be hosted by the Ide Adobe Interpretive Association. “The Pioneer Christmas Party is about bringing people together to share some of the holiday traditions from the past,” said California State Park Interpreter Jennifer Pooley.
Red Bluff >> The donations were in full swing Tuesday evening at the Tis the Season Food Drive held at the Tri Counties parking lot, where Cal Fire brought a trailer load of goods for the event that benefits the Red Bluff Salvation Army. “This is our main food drive for the year for the Red Bluff Salvation Army,” said Randy Aspillaga, pantry manager and director of Social Services for the Red Bluff Salvation Army. “We serve somewhere in the neighborhood of 18,000 people each year.
Red Bluff >> The Red Bluff Fire Department hosted a class over the weekend in which it offered firefighters the chance to train using live fires, with 16 burns planned throughout the day Saturday in a house at 425 S. Jackson St. The house, which was going to be torn down, was donated to the department to be used for training purposes. The training utilized instructors from the Yocha Dehe Fire Department from Brooks and a Sacramento department, said Red Bluff Division Chief Matthew Shobash.
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