Calif. students paint address numbers to help emergency crews

12/11/2013 | Colusa County Sun-Herald (Colusa, Calif.)

Three California high-school students recently used their community-service project to make it easier for emergency responders to find addresses of homes in the area's newer residential developments. They painted reflective numbers on the curbs in front of the homes and aim to paint 350 addresses. Students are doing the painting for free but collect donations with the hope of raising $10,000 to give to the Seniors Nutrition Program for Christmas baskets for seniors.

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Colusa County Sun-Herald (Colusa, Calif.)

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