Richland students selling themed bracelets

TRI-CITY HERALD STAFFOctober 27, 2013 

Special needs students at Richland High School are making themed bracelets to help pay for classroom supplies and learn financial management and motor skills.

The bracelets sell for $5 each and can be personally themed or designed around a team or school, a release said. The class is already working on an order for the Richland High girls soccer team.

Students will sell the bracelets at Richland High sporting events. People also can place an order by contacting Scott Piippo at

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