FALL CITY, WA — An elementary school has begun a donation drive for one of their own, according to the Valley Record.
Patrick "PJ" Duvall, Fall City Elementary School's senior custodian, was diagnosed with leukemia over the summer and the students are doing their part to help, the article stated.
According to the article, "Pennies for PJ” collection jars have been set up throughout the school in order to help with Duvall's medical expenses.
The school is also accepting donations to a benefit account in Duvall's name at the local bank, the article noted.
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