A ton of snow in Westlake Village

Families give and play in the eighth annual Coats for Casa Pacifica event

B-R-R-AVING THE C-C-COLD— Above, Richard Burress of Westlake Village and his 6-yearold son, Dayne, build a snowman together during the eighth annual Coats for Casa Pacifica benefit event Jan. 13. The charity coat drive and festivities took place at Three Springs Park in Westlake Village. At left, 4-year-old Jan Sanson of Agoura Hills sleds down a hill of snow. Lydia Gable of Keller Williams Westlake Village and Rick Winters of Winters Financial Group co-hosted the activity.

B-R-R-AVING THE C-C-COLD— Above, Richard Burress of Westlake Village and his 6-yearold son, Dayne, build a snowman together during the eighth annual Coats for Casa Pacifica benefit event Jan. 13. The charity coat drive and festivities took place at Three Springs Park in Westlake Village. At left, 4-year-old Jan Sanson of Agoura Hills sleds down a hill of snow. Lydia Gable of Keller Williams Westlake Village and Rick Winters of Winters Financial Group co-hosted the activity.

Photos by BOBBY CURTIS/Acorn Newspapers

Photos by BOBBY CURTIS/Acorn Newspapers

HELPING HANDS—Madi McMichael of Thousand Oaks sorts the donated items during the Coats for Casa Pacifica drive. In addition to playing in the snow, people of all ages took part in arts and crafts and drank free coffee and smoothies while they dropped off their gently used warm clothing items. The annual event benefits Casa Pacifica in Camarillo, an organization that offers free services and shelter to at-risk youth and their families.

HELPING HANDS—Madi McMichael of Thousand Oaks sorts the donated items during the Coats for Casa Pacifica drive. In addition to playing in the snow, people of all ages took part in arts and crafts and drank free coffee and smoothies while they dropped off their gently used warm clothing items. The annual event benefits Casa Pacifica in Camarillo, an organization that offers free services and shelter to at-risk youth and their families.

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