Jamie Parmer, a 6-year-old Leukemia survivor from Coarsegold, was the guest of honor for Tenaya Lodge’s holiday tree lighting ceremony Nov. 26. Here, he speaks to Santa Claus about his Christmas wishes. The resort also held a toy collection drive during the event, and gathered more than 100 toys to donate to Valley Children’s Hospital.
Jamie Parmer, a 6-year-old Leukemia survivor from Coarsegold, was the guest of honor for Tenaya Lodge’s holiday tree lighting ceremony Nov. 26. Here, he speaks to Santa Claus about his Christmas wishes. The resort also held a toy collection drive during the event, and gathered more than 100 toys to donate to Valley Children’s Hospital. Submitted photo
Jamie Parmer, a 6-year-old Leukemia survivor from Coarsegold, was the guest of honor for Tenaya Lodge’s holiday tree lighting ceremony Nov. 26. Here, he speaks to Santa Claus about his Christmas wishes. The resort also held a toy collection drive during the event, and gathered more than 100 toys to donate to Valley Children’s Hospital. Submitted photo

Tenaya Lodge lights up the holidays

November 30, 2016 8:55 AM

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