June Fraser Thistle of Bellingham works with other volunteers and with fellow employees of Western Washington University to make sock monkeys for foster children. Some of the monkeys have “hair” made from wool donated by Denise Mor, who raises sheep and works at Western.
June Fraser Thistle of Bellingham works with other volunteers and with fellow employees of Western Washington University to make sock monkeys for foster children. Some of the monkeys have “hair” made from wool donated by Denise Mor, who raises sheep and works at Western. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
June Fraser Thistle of Bellingham works with other volunteers and with fellow employees of Western Washington University to make sock monkeys for foster children. Some of the monkeys have “hair” made from wool donated by Denise Mor, who raises sheep and works at Western. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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