Firefighters Answer Call for Record-A-Thon Benefit

The Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic gets a good read from first responders, Westmont’s president and a slate of political leaders. The local chapter of Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic kicked off its 14th annual weeklong Record-A-Thon on Monday with a tribute to local firefighters. Santa Barbara County Supervisors Doreen Farr and Janet Wolf were also on hand to launch the Record-A-Thon, as were Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum and Councilman Das Williams, Westmont College President Gayle Beebe and Hillary Blackerby, representing Assemblyman Pedro Nava, D-Santa Barbara. more

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