Mission client Juan Pulido, left, helps Kadlec employee Steve Baker unload 76 donated backpacks, filled with basic toiletries, snacks and toys, Tuesday at the Tri-City Union Gospel Mission in Pasco. Employees in the emergency room and X-ray departments at Kadlec Regional Medical Center collected the gifts for kids at the Women & Children’s Shelter, where there are currently 11 children staying with their mothers.
Mission client Juan Pulido, left, helps Kadlec employee Steve Baker unload 76 donated backpacks, filled with basic toiletries, snacks and toys, Tuesday at the Tri-City Union Gospel Mission in Pasco. Employees in the emergency room and X-ray departments at Kadlec Regional Medical Center collected the gifts for kids at the Women & Children’s Shelter, where there are currently 11 children staying with their mothers. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Mission client Juan Pulido, left, helps Kadlec employee Steve Baker unload 76 donated backpacks, filled with basic toiletries, snacks and toys, Tuesday at the Tri-City Union Gospel Mission in Pasco. Employees in the emergency room and X-ray departments at Kadlec Regional Medical Center collected the gifts for kids at the Women & Children’s Shelter, where there are currently 11 children staying with their mothers. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Kadlec employees donate filled backpacks to kids at mission

December 22, 2015 04:40 PM

UPDATED December 22, 2015 09:20 PM

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