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By Andi Bourne

From $22 to $460 in Three Months


September 28, 2017

SEELEY LAKE – When Kindergartner Jesse Wink came up with the idea to raise money for Seattle Children's Hospital this summer he started with $22. After three months he raised $460.09 and presented the check to his doctor at his appointment in August.

Wink's goal was to help children who are facing Chiari Malformation, a condition where the brain grows into the spine. He was diagnosed with Chiari Malformation before he was two years old.

Wink raised money by having a refreshment stand, holding a bake sale and putting out cans around Seeley Lake to raise money. He also made purple ribbons...

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