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CarolKing

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SPRINGFIELD -- As devastating wildfires rage across Oregon, a small corner of an otherwise empty, smoke-laden field offers a pocketful of hope.
An evacuation site behind Springfield High School near the Holiday Farm fire has become an oasis for children of families forced to flee their homes and escape the 145,000-acre fire.

“Who wants to play ‘What time is it Mr. Fox?’" Superman shouts to a gaggle of elementary school-aged children.

“Me!” they scream in unison.

The group lines up in the open field. Superman quickly explains the rules of the game.

“What time is it, Mr. Fox?” Belle of “Beauty and the Beast” asks the children.

“Twelve!” one of the kids yells.

Belle, who magically appeared at the Silke Field evacuation site, is Lexi Longstreet.

Longstreet, 21, owns Enchanted Parties in Junction City and volunteered to visit the site with superheroes Batman and Superman. Together, the trio offered comfort and companionship to children of families who arrived there in search of basic necessities as they transitioned out of their homes and into safety.

It’s a mission to “bring hope back to our community,” Longstreet said.

I tried to download the cute pictures. You will have to click link. Sorry. Almost deleted.
 
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LesPlenty

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SPRINGFIELD -- As devastating wildfires rage across Oregon, a small corner of an otherwise empty, smoke-laden field offers a pocketful of hope.
An evacuation site behind Springfield High School near the Holiday Farm fire has become an oasis for children of families forced to flee their homes and escape the 145,000-acre fire.

“Who wants to play ‘What time is it Mr. Fox?’" Superman shouts to a gaggle of elementary school-aged children.

“Me!” they scream in unison.

The group lines up in the open field. Superman quickly explains the rules of the game.

“What time is it, Mr. Fox?” Belle of “Beauty and the Beast” asks the children.

“Twelve!” one of the kids yells.

Belle, who magically appeared at the Silke Field evacuation site, is Lexi Longstreet.

Longstreet, 21, owns Enchanted Parties in Junction City and volunteered to visit the site with superheroes Batman and Superman. Together, the trio offered comfort and companionship to children of families who arrived there in search of basic necessities as they transitioned out of their homes and into safety.

It’s a mission to “bring hope back to our community,” Longstreet said.

I tried to download the cute pictures. You will have to click link. Sorry. Almost deleted.
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