Tuesday Oct 20 2009 comments Kids Helping Kids By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalAfter losing all three of his geckos in the 49 Fire, Jakob Avila receives a new reptile tank Tuesday and a gift certificate to buy two geckos of his choice from Elizabeth Ridolfi of Kids Helping Kids who are also members of In Sync Dance Studios in Auburn. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalDirector of In Sync Dance Studio, Jessie Krick, gives a hug to Adam Mays, 14, as his mother Noelle stands by. Adam lost his fish during the 49 Fire and received a 10 gallon fish tank and accessories along with a gift certificate to Incredible Pets for new fish provided by Kids Helping Kids. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalAngie Avila holds back tears as she reads a card from Kids Helping Kids. She received a silver necklace pennant from Southwest Silver engraved by Roper's Jewelers and a $200 gift card to JC Penney at the Galleria Mall in Roseville. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalElizabeth Ridolfi of Kids Helping Kids presents a $250 Target gift card and a Mickey Mouse stuffed animal to Amanda Hardman and her 16-month-old son Simon. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalMembers of In Sync Dance Studio who are also part of Kids Helping Kids listen to Kristen Krick as she greets the 49 Fire families to receive their gifts Tuesday evening. Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal49 Fire victim Adam Mays, 14, carries his 10-gallon fish tank after getting it as gift from Kids Helping Kids. Ben Furtado/Auburn JournalDave Mays shares a hug with Elizabeth Ridolfi after his son Adam receives his 10-gallon fish tank from Kids Helping Kids.