Puyallup resident Shirley Wagner, left, wraps a Thanksgiving box with a Puyallup student on Monday morning. Wagner and a group of friends started the tradition of making the baskets for families in need 25 years ago.
Puyallup resident Shirley Wagner, left, wraps a Thanksgiving box with a Puyallup student on Monday morning. Wagner and a group of friends started the tradition of making the baskets for families in need 25 years ago. Allison Needles allison.needles@puyallupherald.com
Puyallup resident Shirley Wagner, left, wraps a Thanksgiving box with a Puyallup student on Monday morning. Wagner and a group of friends started the tradition of making the baskets for families in need 25 years ago. Allison Needles allison.needles@puyallupherald.com

Thanksgiving baskets put food on the table for those in need

November 21, 2017 10:46 AM

UPDATED November 28, 2017 03:54 PM

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