Local Skate for Change chapter finds unique way to help homeless
Hunter Nelson, left, offers a new pair of socks to homeless veteran "Pops" for the Skate for Change program offering care packages to the homeless at Allan Witt Park, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Fairfield. Local high school seniors rode skateboards and scooters around the park spreading supplies to those in need. (Steve Reczkowski/Daily Republic)
FAIRIFIELD — For Hunter Nelson, an Armijo High School senior, it's the best of three worlds.
He gets to hang with his friends, ride their long boards together and help the homeless as part of the school's Skate for Change chapter.
On Sunday, Nelson joined buddies Thomas Weisz and Jayson Hefner, who started the chapter, and about 10 other students to deliver care packages with toiletries, snacks and socks to the homeless at the Fairfield Civic Center and Allan Witt Pa Continue Reading