Team Rubicon, a veteran-powered international disaster response non-profit that provides relief to communities in need, is organizing a recovery project to salvage the bricks that constructed the historic 150+ year old buildings that burned in Greenville.
Your support is critical for success. Please join the team at the Greenville Elementary School (meeting spot) on Friday – Saturday, April 15-17. Arrive Friday, April 15, at (9am), Saturday, April 16, at (8am), and Sunday, April 17, at (8am) to help stack the salvaged bricks for future use in rebuilding Greenville. Work will continue each day until around 4 pm.
To sign up, a community volunteer sign-up tool and can be accessed at: https://forms.gle/JJeigJhugQqkSaW8A. Or you can simply show up and sign up.
Spread the word! Bring a group! Lunch and drinks will be provided. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older and are required to sign a standard liability waiver. Team Rubicon will provide basic safety equipment (gloves, eye protection, and ear protection). N-95 masks will also be provided at certain locations with heavy dust.
For questions and more information, please call Plumas County Planning Director, Tracey Ferguson, at 530-283-6214.