PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
AUTHOR DAVIDA WILLS HURWIN, seated left, prepares to sign a book for a local resident who attended Saturday's book-signing event that began at the Federated Church and wrapped up at Zia's Italian Caffe and Bar in Placerville. The two subjects of the book, Matthew Boger, seated middle, and former Neo Nazi Tim Zaal, seated right, were on hand for the anti-hate, pro-tolerance presentation that drew local crowds as well as people from beyond El Dorado County. Courtesy photo

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Book-signing, sunshine enlighten Placerville audience

By From page A1 | January 30, 2011

Leaving Elk Grove Saturday morning in dense fog to attend the “From Hate to Hope” program at the Federated Church in Placerville, Chris Slay drove into the sunshine.

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