Our Stories

PNNL Donates Coats To Kennewick Schools
“Each year when the weather gets colder, our community always thinks about the comfort and safety of our students by coordinating coat drives. This year is no exception.”
Kamiakin High Students Pack Gift Boxes For Children Worldwide
“I and more than 100 of my classmates in National Honor Society gathered in a classroom at Kamiakin High with tables overflowing with Crayola products, stuffed animals and soaps of all sizes and shapes. We laughed and talked as we…
Family Helps Neighbor In Need
“Two weeks ago on a cold, wet and snowy Sunday morning we had a knock on our front door. When my mom opened the door she was greeted by a man in shorts and a T-shirt shivering and making no…
Kennewick Couple Helps Put Together Thanksgiving Meals For Hurricane Harvey Victims
“I wish I could explain the feeling of having over 3,000 engineers from all over the world come together to make a difference in the lives of the people in the Houston area.”
“I am a cashier and after I finished helping a very friendly younger couple through my line, they paid their total of about $75 with a gift card. They turned around to a woman with her daughter and said ‘here…
MCP Collects Socks For Tri-City Union Gospel Mission
“Socks are among one of the most urgent needs for the men seeking shelter at the Tri-City Union Gospel Mission. Homeschool students and staff in one Kennewick School District program are helping to meet that need, one pair of socks…
Mariah Smith, a Park Middle School eighth-grader and student leader, is on a mission this school year. Her mission? Make every student feel they have a friend at her school.
A fatal shooting at Freeman High School in eastern Washington shook communities across the state. That’s when students throughout Kennewick School District rallied and became #FreemanStrong.
Doug and Loree Swartz needed help painting their Kennewick home. Construction trades students from Tri-Tech Skills Center chose to do so much more.
Students in Kamiakin High School’s FFA wanted to do something for those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Their fellow students helped them deliver on that goal.
Amistad Elementary School wanted to have a Jog-A-Thon to raise money for school trips and other activities. The Kiwanis Club of Kennewick stepped up to make it happen.

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