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While figuring out how many people they must house and for how many days the Red Cross always has their hands full when it comes to helping fire evacuees, so not worrying about how to feed all the mouths is a blessing.

"Winters has been great, really great, we don't need anything else," says Red Cross volunteer Greg Zermino.

From bottled water to snacks in the kitchen, the Winters community center is overfilled with generosity.

Local corporations also getting in on the mix Chick-fil-A, Roundtable and Home Depot have all donated food products and water.

The Buckhorn Grill across the street from the community center catered dinner Thursday night and if all is well Friday afternoon.

As of Friday morning five people remained in the shelter at the high 10 people were evacuated to the shelter but half are able to go home once the fire no longer threatened their residences.