Addison Olson (left) asked for food for Christmas to give to the Homeless Backpacks program. The 9-year-old posed with her sister, Avery Olson, 5, at the organization’s headquarters when they dropped off their contributions.
Addison Olson (left) asked for food for Christmas to give to the Homeless Backpacks program. The 9-year-old posed with her sister, Avery Olson, 5, at the organization’s headquarters when they dropped off their contributions. Amelia Dickson adickson@theolympian.com
Addison Olson (left) asked for food for Christmas to give to the Homeless Backpacks program. The 9-year-old posed with her sister, Avery Olson, 5, at the organization’s headquarters when they dropped off their contributions. Amelia Dickson adickson@theolympian.com

Olympia girl helps keep Homeless BackPacks filled with food for kids

December 30, 2016 07:00 AM

UPDATED December 30, 2016 04:10 PM

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