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Before our wagon was stolen,we hope they needed it desperately. We used it for a variety of giving back from transporting foodbank food from our local pantry to the neighborhood home bound families EVERY WEEK for 2 years, to carrying sack lunches to those living under the bridges of Pierce county. It carried my toddlers across the Relay for Life finish line 5 years in a row AND carried the raffle baskets that raised a combined 4,000$ in those same years. It carried Christmas and Easter and Birthday presents to low income kiddos. AND helped create countless memories for my family.
When i taught school, the children always would forget the lunches in the classroom. To solve that problem, one of my classroom dads redid his son’s wooden Radio Flyer wagon and donated it to the classroom. So for 18+ years that wonderful red wagon became our place to put students’ lunches when they entered the classroom in the morning. Then the “wagon master” would take it to the lunch room so all would have their food. I still have the wagon. It has gone through being played with by grandchildren, hauling garden items and groceries, pulling balls and play equipment around, etc. It has been refurbished another couple of times and is still going strong! LOVE THAT WAGON!