Justin Pickens (right) accepts a check for $3,000 from restaurant owner Shubert Ho. The money was raised from a Fourth of July T-shirt fundraiser Ho, grand marshal of the July parade, launched for the nonprofit South County Firefighters Foundation in gratitude for them saving his business in an April fire. (Submitted photo)

Justin Pickens (right) accepts a check for $3,000 from restaurant owner Shubert Ho. The money was raised from a Fourth of July T-shirt fundraiser Ho, grand marshal of the July parade, launched for the nonprofit South County Firefighters Foundation in gratitude for them saving his business in an April fire. (Submitted photo)

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