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Deadline Dec. 3: Donate to student drive for children’s hospital

childrens-hospitalPULLMAN, Wash. – Donations for teens/young adults at Seattle Children’s Hospital will be collected by a Washington State University communication and life skills class on the Pullman campus and online through Dec. 3.

Follow links at http://team206wsu.weebly.com/ for a list of needed items, to give money and to purchase a T-shirt on behalf of the effort. Items sought include new pillowcases, new blankets, gift cards, games, DVDs and more.

New items to donate may be brought to the reception desk of the student advising center in the north corner on the fifth floor of Smith CUE 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.

The donation drive is a team project of students in the online course HD 205.

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