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Snohomish County Vikings help out at Children’s Country Home

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

WOODINVILLE —Under the direction of their Children’s Country Home fundraiser board members Peter Badgett, Tammy Ceesay, Jim Stark and player representatives Tom Fischer, Kevin Karpinski and Brad Thornton with head coach Wes Fischer, the Vikings spent a day power washing patios and walkways, painting the house, clearing the roof of tree debris and clearing the planted areas of overgrowth, building benches for the patios and spending time with the children of CCH.

The board and staff of Children’s Country Home were honored to be selected as the beneficiary of this wonderful gift and thank every member of the Vikings for their work to make  their home and yard a bright and shining place.

Call (425) 806-9453, Ext. 304, for information.

Founded in 1997, Children’s Country Home is an 8-bed, non-profit home that provides 24-hour skilled care to medically fragile and technology-dependent children from infancy through young adulthood.  Services are available for children needing long-term, respite, transitional and end-of-life care.

The Snohomish County Vikings minor-league football team is a member of the Pacific Football League, and a Washington state registered non-profit group helping bring aid to those of need in the greater Snohomish County area.

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