Madrona students donate socks to Japan

Students at Edmonds' Madrona School collected 880 pairs of socks to send to Japanese shelters for the survivors of Japan’s recent earthquake and tsunami. These socks were accompanied by a note (translated into Japanese) by the donor and origami cranes, flowers, and frogs to give to the Japanese children. (Photo courtesy of Edmonds School District)

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