Chapter Voices

“The holidays mean different things to different people. What is something you like to do with your friends or family during the holidays?”

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“I like to eat and have fun and reminisce about the golden years. It’s always a fun time.”
Yakima chapter leader , Jade Tillequots




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“I’m going to be spending time with my new family that I made and my partner.”

YAEH chapter member, Anton Summers

 
 
  


 
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“During the holidays, I like to do White Elephant gift exchanges with family and friends. We also like to cook and visit Seattle!”

Seattle chapter member,  Ashley Aldrich

 
 
 
 
 
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“During the holidays in my foster parent’s household, we would gather together a couple of days before Christmas and have a huge family dinner and gift exchange.”

Seattle chapter leader, James Sheard

 
 


 
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“This season I am trying to find clean and sober activities. On Thanksgiving I celebrated by watching movies with my housing program, and on Christmas I’m going to visit Eastern Washington to see my cousin and his family in Kennewick.”

YAEH chapter leader,Sierra Phillips

 

 

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“I like to enjoy a nice meal for the holidays with my family, play a couple of board games, and end the night with a Christmas movie.”

Spokane chapter member, Victoria Manzo

 

 

  

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