Everyone who lives in St. Helena and beyond has their own harrowing and often heart-breaking story. Some narrowly escaped with their lives. Others are coming home to the burnt remains of a life that once was.

But as the hillsides burned all around us this past week and we faced a future of uncertainty, Leslie Stanton, our beloved (retired) children’s librarian, offered these words of hope and resilience to our community, its families, and its children.

These are the hometown values we cherish. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.

 

2 thoughts on “As Napa Valley Burns

  1. You sure know how to rise to a dire occasion with calm resolve. I am lucky to be your sister in so many ways but currently one is that you checked on my cabin in Tucker Acres and facilitated moving Mom to a safe hotel in Napa.

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