Gifts make bedtime better for neighboring children

WSU Extension 4-H staff in Puyallup: Carey Roos, left, Linda
Williams, Tony Dell, Darlene Munson, Betsy Fradd and Kevin Wright.
(Photo by Dana Schlenker, Center for Distance and Professional
 Education, Puyallup)

Employees of WSU Extension in Puyallup recently donated new pajamas and books to help young people in Pierce County.

 
The items collected by WSU and other community members will go to about 100 youths served at Tacoma’s Helping Hand House, which works to rescue families from homelessness.
 
The effort was part of the Pajama Program, which serves children in need throughout the country and the world.

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