When the November 8, 2018 destroyed Paradise, California, it also destroyed the nearby 131-year-old Honey Run Covered Bridge. Paradise, Chico and the entire region of Northern California lost a true icon--a place where generations came to appreciate its beauty and history and to picnic, swim, hold weddings and other special events. The Covered Bridge was designated as a National Historical Place and had been owned by Butte County and managed by the nonprofit 501c3 Honey Run Covered Bridge Association (HRCBA). Since Butte County had no funds to rebuild the Bridge and FEMA would only reimburse, the County agreed that HRCBA could assume ownership and rebuild the Bridge with private donations. Total rebuild costs will be about $2.6 million. Already, HRCBA has raised nearly $1 million, enough to begin Phase 1--foundation, pillars, abutments. Engineering plans are complete, not only for Phase 1 but for Phase 2--flooring and trusses--costing about another $1 million. Phase 3--siding and roof--will cost another $600,000. We expect Phase 1 to be completed in summer 2020. We hope to begin Phase 2 at least by summer 2021. We welcome donations of any size. Be part of history by supporting the rebuild of the Honey Run Covered Bridge.