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Singer/songwriter Celleste rehearses before performing at a Thursday, June 27 fundraiser in Malibu to benefit Habitat for Humanity’s fire relief efforts. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Fundraiser attendees (left to right) Jose Santos Alvarado, Judith Alvarado and their son, Ricky Alvarado, lost their Seminole Springs home to the Woolsey Fire but plan to rebuild with the help of Habitat for Humanity.
Nadine Llanas (left) and Mehrdad Sahafi check out the silent auction items available at the We Go On fundraiser, held Thursday, June 27, at Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue.
Kathy Eldon, founder of Creative Visions Foundation, speaks about the project and the inspiration for it.
Representatives of Habitat For Humanity Greater Los Angeles (left to right) Kenna Ledbetter, Jo-An Turman, Jennifer Wise, Erin Walls and Dawkins Hodges are pictured.
Celleste and Eric Dick speak to fundraiser attendees.
(Left to right) Ken Vela, actor Tony Dow, Celleste, Fireball Tim Lawrence and Eric Dick gather for a group photo.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
6:04 am PDT July 2, 2019
Many residents of the Seminole Springs mobile home park between Malibu and Agoura Hills lost their homes to the Woolsey Fire.