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December 17, 2014 4:26 PM

Tri-City Construction Council donates gifts to Be a Santa to a Senior

Tri-City Construction Council employees, from left, Scott Howard, Bev Crane and Jeremy Nelson pack Christmas gifts Wednesday for the Be a Santa to a Senior program at the council's offices in Kennewick. The council will donate over 30 gifts to the new program coordinated by Home Instead, a senior care business in Kennwick.

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