Dozens of christmas carolers, led by Valley Center Stage, show their support for Zander Wainhouse and his family by singing outside their house in Snoqualmie on Nov. 29. Zander was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, an aggressive pediatric brain cancer, in Dec. 2020. Zander’s Mom, Angelina, said her son became too sick to travel a week before he was planning on taking his Make-A-Wish trip. Zander has asked that the $5,000 for his trip be donated to the Snoqualmie Valley Homeless Shelter and Food Bank.
To donate to the Wainhouse family, visit: bit.ly/3d4Gr5H.
Photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Dozens of christmas carolers, led by Valley Center Stage, show their support for Zander Wainhouse and his family by singing outside their house in Snoqualmie on Nov. 29. Zander was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, an aggressive pediatric brain cancer, in Dec. 2020. Zander’s Mom, Angelina, said her son became too sick to travel a week before he was planning on taking his Make-A-Wish trip. Zander has asked that the $5,000 for his trip be donated to the Snoqualmie Valley Homeless Shelter and Food Bank. To donate to the Wainhouse family, visit: bit.ly/3d4Gr5H. Photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Carolers show support for local family battling cancer

Dozens of christmas carolers, led by Valley Center Stage, show their support for Zander Wainhouse and his family by singing outside their house in Snoqualmie on Nov. 29. Zander was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, an aggressive pediatric brain cancer, in Dec. 2020. Zander’s Mom, Angelina, said her son became too sick to travel a week before he was planning on taking his Make-A-Wish trip. Zander has asked that the $5,000 for his trip be donated to the Snoqualmie Valley Homeless Shelter and Food Bank. To donate to the Wainhouse family, visit: bit.ly/3d4Gr5H.


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Photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record
Dozens of christmas carolers, led by Valley Center Stage, show their support for Zander Wainhouse and his family by singing outside their house in Snoqualmie on Nov. 29. Zander was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, an aggressive pediatric brain cancer, in Dec. 2020. Zander’s Mom, Angelina, said her son became too sick to travel a week before he was planning on taking his Make-A-Wish trip. Zander has asked that the $5,000 for his trip be donated to the Snoqualmie Valley Homeless Shelter and Food Bank.
To donate to the Wainhouse family, visit: bit.ly/3d4Gr5H.

Photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record Dozens of christmas carolers, led by Valley Center Stage, show their support for Zander Wainhouse and his family by singing outside their house in Snoqualmie on Nov. 29. Zander was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, an aggressive pediatric brain cancer, in Dec. 2020. Zander’s Mom, Angelina, said her son became too sick to travel a week before he was planning on taking his Make-A-Wish trip. Zander has asked that the $5,000 for his trip be donated to the Snoqualmie Valley Homeless Shelter and Food Bank. To donate to the Wainhouse family, visit: bit.ly/3d4Gr5H.