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Scout brings Pillow Pets to Lodi Memorial patients

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Triston Schiess delivers bags full of Pillow Pets to Lodi Memorial Hospital as part of his Eagle Scout project on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012. Shiess, 13, collected 376 of the animal shaped pillows to give to pediatric patients at the hospital to complete his community service project.

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  • Lyndi Anderson posted at 11:43 am on Fri, Dec 14, 2012.

    lmanderson Posts: 1

    Triston's goal is 500 pillow pets - he will be accepting donations of pillow pets or cash tomorrow, Saturday Dec 15th from 7 am - 12 noon at the LDS Church at 1510 Century Blvd in Lodi, East parking lot. Please support this great cause! Pillow pets can be purchased for only $8.99 at Lodi Costco right now!!! Help this young man reach his goal for his Eagle Scout Project and help to comfort the kids at the hospital during this Christmas season :)

     

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