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Warm fuzzies to help keep you warm November 22, 2010

Filed under: Hot Projects,Volunteer — seattleworks @ 11:05 pm
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 **Sigh** the elementary school playground. I have fond memories of my old stomping ground. It’s a place where my second grade boyfriend gave me a bracelet made of metal, where I spent hours hanging upside-down on the monkey bars, where my friends and I pretended to be unicorns trotting around the castle grounds, not to mention a place where a good game of tag (every rendition imaginable) was a daily occurrence. Good times.

Now, thanks to Seattle Works volunteers, parents and neighbors, West Woodland Elementary has a playground that is making memories every day.

Special shout out to Ryan, Shawn, Nick, Staci, Tim and Ryoji for volunteering four hours of your time to help these kiddos out.

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One Response to “Warm fuzzies to help keep you warm”

  1. tim Says:

    It was a lot of fun. I hope to find free time again soon so I can do more.


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