Levi Credille, 11, reaches up high to stack a bundle of paper while volunteering at Mount Tahoma High School on Friday. The nonprofit Communities in Schools of Tacoma, along with other community partners, will provideover 4,000 students from the Tacoma, Bethel, and Franklin Pierce school districts with school supplies.
Levi Credille, 11, reaches up high to stack a bundle of paper while volunteering at Mount Tahoma High School on Friday. The nonprofit Communities in Schools of Tacoma, along with other community partners, will provideover 4,000 students from the Tacoma, Bethel, and Franklin Pierce school districts with school supplies. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Levi Credille, 11, reaches up high to stack a bundle of paper while volunteering at Mount Tahoma High School on Friday. The nonprofit Communities in Schools of Tacoma, along with other community partners, will provideover 4,000 students from the Tacoma, Bethel, and Franklin Pierce school districts with school supplies. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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