Sierra Vista students share warmth with cancer patients – The Reporter

By Michael Morris

While most kids are often watching cartoons or simply staying warm at home on a cold Saturday morning, 37 seventh grade students at Sierra Vista Elementary School were a part of something bigger than themselves.

With the assistance of Sierra Vista teachers and faculty, the generous and hardworking group of students put together fleece quilts for cancer patients in the region as they partnered with NorthBay Healthcare and the Oncology Department at Kaiser Permanente. Looking to make a heartwarming impact for 80 cancer patients in Vacaville during the holiday season, students were able to pick from a wide range of patterns and colors with some even bringing in fabric of their own.

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