Malibu Residents Say Thank You
Date: 10/25/2007 Album ID: 360414
Photos by Michael Owen Baker
Teachers, parents and children of Chabad of Malibu bring packages of chocolate chip cookies to firefighters.
Teachers, parents and children from Chabad of Malibu prepare their thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water to bring to L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007.
(Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Teachers, parents and children from Chabad of Malibu bring thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water to L.A. County firefighter Jon Maass and firefighter Tim Foy, back-left, at L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Teachers, parents and children from Chabad of Malibu bring thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water to L.A. County firefighter Jon Maass at L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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L.A. County firefighter Jon Maass, right, leads teachers, parents and children from Chabad of Malibu with thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water into the kitchen at L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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From left, Joshua Stern, 4; Joelle Faden, 3; Christian Lopez, 4; and L.A. County firefighter Jon Maass watch as the light bar on a fire engine is lit up. Children from Chabad of Malibu got a tour of the fire station after bringing thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water to L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Sharona Bar-or, a teacher at Chabad of Malibu, laughs as L.A. County firefighter Jon Maass puts an airtank on her. Children, teachers and parents from Chabad of Malibu got a tour of the fire station after bringing thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water to L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Sharona Bar-or, a teacher at Chabad of Malibu, laughs after L.A. County firefighter Jon Maass(cq) put her in a fire suit during a visit to the fire station station. Children, teachers and parents from Chabad of Malibu brought thank you packages of chocolate chip cookies and water to L.A. County fire station #70 in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. 
(Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Connie James and her son, Mike James, look over the remains of their burnt home on Malibu Knolls Road in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. Their home is near the Malibu Presbyterian Church and burned in the Canyon Fire on Sunday.
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 Mike James looks over the remains of the burnt home where he lived with his parents on Malibu Knolls Road in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007. Their home is near the Malibu Presbyterian Church and burned in the Canyon Fire on Sunday.
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Tim Jones, left, director of missions at Malibu Presbyterian Church, talks with Maria Valle and Moises Valle at the burnt up Malibu Presbyterian Church, Thursday, October 25, 2007. Jones said the, church which burned in the Canyon Fire on Sunday, has been offered support by people and other churches locally and from afar. The Valles worked as cleaners at the church.
(Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Colin Davies looks at the remains of the burnt Malibu Presbyterian Church, Thursday, October 25, 2007. Davies , a Pepperdine student, said he used to work at the church at the Sunday School.
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A message of optimism written with the charred remains at the burnt Malibu Presbyterian Church, Thursday, October 25, 2007. 
(Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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A sign thanking firefighters and police hangs from the Surfrider Beach Club apartments on P.C.H. in Malibu, Thursday, October 25, 2007.
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