Letters written by Richard Gordon Elementary School second grade students to student Makoa Saffery who is suffering from cancer are displayed in Kingston. Makoa Saffery, 8, is out to beat cancer. In treatment at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma since February, Makoa is strong, upbeat and determined.
Letters written by Richard Gordon Elementary School second grade students to student Makoa Saffery who is suffering from cancer are displayed in Kingston. Makoa Saffery, 8, is out to beat cancer. In treatment at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma since February, Makoa is strong, upbeat and determined. Larry Steagall Kitsap Sun
Letters written by Richard Gordon Elementary School second grade students to student Makoa Saffery who is suffering from cancer are displayed in Kingston. Makoa Saffery, 8, is out to beat cancer. In treatment at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma since February, Makoa is strong, upbeat and determined. Larry Steagall Kitsap Sun

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