Portraits for a cause: Photo session raises money for ski safety, local boy

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Local family posed for serious or whacky photos on Friday, March 1, in a portrait session for the 3 Skis fundraising event at North Bend’s Pioneer Coffee.

Photos were shot in a vintage portrait booth, in the fundraiser, which helped the Essig family of North Bend, whose son was injured in a ski accident in Canada, and also went to winter sports safety programs.

Organizer DeAnna Haverfield of Pioneer Coffee (pictured, above) reports that funds will help build a safety-awareness program for students.  Photos were by Tetuan Photography.

The completed photo strips are now hanging at Pioneer Coffee in North Bend.



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