Students from left to right: Jonathan Bennett, Thomas Jim, Sydney Johnson, Daniel Matthews, Keegan Kanan, Landon Daniels, Casey Cavin, Araeya McKnight, Terrance Hawkins, Aurora Johnson, Christiona Tiedemann and Andrea Ruvalcaba. (Courtesy Photo)

Students from left to right: Jonathan Bennett, Thomas Jim, Sydney Johnson, Daniel Matthews, Keegan Kanan, Landon Daniels, Casey Cavin, Araeya McKnight, Terrance Hawkins, Aurora Johnson, Christiona Tiedemann and Andrea Ruvalcaba. (Courtesy Photo)

Juneau students help others stay warm with handmade blankets

The blankets will be donated to AWARE.

Twelve freshmen students from the Choosing Healthy Options in Cooperative Education (CHOICE) program at Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé made 12 blankets and donated them to children living in the Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies (AWARE) shelter. The students received materials from Stephan Byers at Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts. The program also purchased $130 worth of materials. They donated 40 blankets in total to AWARE.


• This is a Juneau Empire report.


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