Dieringer Heights students collecting donations for Seattle Children’s

This is the season of giving and Dieringer Heights fourth and fifth graders Madison Lindsay and Henry Jacobson have been working hard to collect donations for the Seattle Children's Hospital.

This is the season of giving and Dieringer Heights fourth and fifth graders Madison Lindsay and Henry Jacobson have been working hard to collect donations for the Seattle Children’s Hospital.

They have been collecting coloring books and crayons or markers to donate and they have also been selling CDs made by Jacobson. All proceeds will be donated along with a CD for each wing of the hospital.

Tonight from 4-6 p.m. at the Lake Tapps Haggens, you can go down and meet Lindsay and Jacobson and have the opportunity to help their cause.

For a full article on their special project, look for the Dec. 25 edition of the Courier-Herald.

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