Shovels dug into mountain dirt as groundbreaking ceremonies were held at Camp Ronald McDonald, located in nearby Hurkey Creek area, starting construction of a dining hall and cabins to house any child, from infancy through age 18, who has cancer or a similar condition at no cost to the families. Gathered on the 60-acre site, from left, are Bob Parker, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California (RMHCSC), Stuart Siegel, M.D., founder of Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, Rusty Taragan, camp board president, Brian Crater, camp associate executive director, Laurie Dubchansky, camp executive director, Chad Edward, camp program director Ronald McDonald and Ron Piazza, McDonald’s owner/operator and president of RMHCSC. Photo by Cid Castillo