Northwest NEWS

December 18, 2000

Editorial

Please do what you can to help

I am writing you to inform the community about the Warm Clothing/Toy Drive that the Natural Helpers at Cedarcrest High School are putting on. We plan on donating the items to HopeLink in Carnation.
   There they will be distributed to people in need who may be spending this cold December winter outside, including children who may not even receive a single toy this Christmas. We need warm coats and possibly warm sweatshirts along with new toys.
   The clothes do not have to be new, but must be clean and in good condition. The toys need to be new and not wrapped.
   If you can donate any of the above, please drop it off in the main office at Cedarcrest High School.
   You do not have to donate fifty toys or go out and buy a brand new coat. Just donate however much you feel you can afford. I would really appreciate it and those who are in need this holiday season will appreciate it one hundred times more. Please do whatever you can to help. Thank you.
   Jayme Busser, freshman from Carnation