Middletown High School prepares for homecoming after Valley Fire

A sign in front of Middletown High School in Middletown, Calif. flashes "Home of the Mustangs." (KGO-TV)

Friday is homecoming for many high schools, including Middletown High, a community devastated by the Valley Fire nearly two months ago.

About half the Lake County town was destroyed when the huge fire swept through on September 12.

That was a week before Middletown High School's homecoming. The event had been rescheduled for this weekend.


A San Ramon woman helped collect 150 dresses and shoes for the town's teens.

The festivities kick off with a community barbecue Friday afternoon.

VIDEO: San Ramon woman collects homecoming dance outfits for Valley Fire victims
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