Prescott, AZ (PRWEB) July 24, 2013 -- Huckeba was so deeply touched by the loss of the nineteen hotshot firefighters that tried desperately to save the community. All nineteen men were lost while frantically setting up barriers to stop the escalating devastation when the wind shifted and completely surrounded them. These men were part of an elite squad confronting wildfires on the front line. The unpredictable wild wind turned a situation deadly, and the nineteen firemen (20% of the Prescott Fire Department) devastated the city.
Huckeba states “As a community business who is supported by these wonderful men and their families, we want to give what we do best, our artwork. Accordingly, we are offering the following artworks for sale with 100% of the proceeds to benefit our fallen firefighters and the Yarnell residents who have lost their homes.” All proceeds will be sent to the bank accounts set up by the Firefighters Association and the Arizona Community Association for these fire victims. If shipping is required, we do ask that the recipient would shoulder that cost.
Huckeba and his wife, Jill made this statement “To all of you who have reached out to us, thank you again for your concern”. Charles & Jill can be reached at 602-622-2182 or via email at: charlesnjill(at)yahoo(dot)com
Judi Combs, Arizona Fine Art EXPO, http://www.Arizonafineartexpo.com, 480-837-5637, [email protected]