, Muskogee, OK


September 15, 2013

Slice of life 09.16.13

Avery Peterson, 7, of Coweta spent his Labor Day weekend in Sequoyah State Park, where the Spring Valley Volunteer Fire Department was running a boot drive. Avery bicycled and walked (with his mother, Ashleu Eischen) from the Cherokee Camping area to the front gate of the park, where he donated more than $100 that he had raised by selling lemonade and temporary tattoos during the summer.

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