Excited Coarsegold Elementary School students are very involved with the Make-A-Wish fundraiser going on now through October at most of the Mountain Area schools. From left, Gabriel Sesto, Eli Lockwood, Robby Gresham, AJ Ruiz, Logan Sesto and Kaelin Hundley with their Make-A-Wish stars, which sell for $1 each, and are then placed around the school’s library, office and cafeteria. The Sestos are the driving force behind this fundraising, which will benefit a Make-A-Wish child. To donate: http://site.wish.org/goto/Logan2016.
Excited Coarsegold Elementary School students are very involved with the Make-A-Wish fundraiser going on now through October at most of the Mountain Area schools. From left, Gabriel Sesto, Eli Lockwood, Robby Gresham, AJ Ruiz, Logan Sesto and Kaelin Hundley with their Make-A-Wish stars, which sell for $1 each, and are then placed around the school’s library, office and cafeteria. The Sestos are the driving force behind this fundraising, which will benefit a Make-A-Wish child. To donate: http://site.wish.org/goto/Logan2016. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Excited Coarsegold Elementary School students are very involved with the Make-A-Wish fundraiser going on now through October at most of the Mountain Area schools. From left, Gabriel Sesto, Eli Lockwood, Robby Gresham, AJ Ruiz, Logan Sesto and Kaelin Hundley with their Make-A-Wish stars, which sell for $1 each, and are then placed around the school’s library, office and cafeteria. The Sestos are the driving force behind this fundraising, which will benefit a Make-A-Wish child. To donate: http://site.wish.org/goto/Logan2016. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

Wish upon a star

September 28, 2016 09:02 AM

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