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High-School Volleyball Team Surprises Opponents With Gift Baskets for Victims of Caldor Fire

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In the midst of California’s devastating Caldor Fire, a high-school girls’ volleyball team has exemplified community spirit by gifting its opponents with gift baskets containing gift cards and items to help them while they are displaced from their homes. The girls’ volleyball coach for El Camino Fundamental High School in Sacramento, Paul Giacomotto, is close friends with the coaches of a rival team at El Dorado High School, Kalani and Mike Pananganan. While talking to them a few days before a big game on Aug. 24, Paul learned that a number of El Dorado girls had been displaced by the Caldor Fire. “I asked [Kalani] how many, because maybe our team could do something for them, and at the time, he thought five or six girls,” Paul, 44, told The Epoch Times. The coach, who has worked at El Camino since 2008 and took over the Eagles girls’ program in 2020, shared the …

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