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Kent part of drive that brings in more than 1,000 pajamas

People in Kent and elsewhere donated more than 1,000 pajamas to help support foster kids served by Seattle-based Treehouse. - COURTESY PHOTO
People in Kent and elsewhere donated more than 1,000 pajamas to help support foster kids served by Seattle-based Treehouse.
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People donated more than 1,000 pajamas and more than $2,000 to help foster kids served by Treehouse.

Kent's Farrington Court retirement community was part of the eighth annual pajama drive hosted by One Eighty/Leisure Care locations for Seattle-based Treehouse, whose free store serves more than 5,000 foster kids.

All donated pajamas were inventoried by volunteers from One Eighty, Treehouse and Leisure Care’s Fairwinds - Brighton Court during the Dec. 1 Pajama Party at the Treehouse Wearhouse.

To learn more about Treehouse, go to www.treehouse4kids.org.

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