The Seahawks and Make-A-Wish brought Max from Vermont to Seattle for a weekend of Seahawks football.
Seven-year-old Lucas Hagen had his wish come true Friday when one of his favorite musicians performed for him and his classmates at Harriet Rowley Elementary School.
Korben's big score was the culmination of a day he'd been dreaming about for more than a year — and a moment he'd used as motivation countless times as he slowly recovered from open heart surgery.
Bothell’s Melissa Arias is the president and CEO of the Make-A-Wish chapter that includes Washington.
Melissa Arias recently was named president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington, the nonprofit that grants wishes to children with critical illnesses.
During the past decade, Amber has spent too many days in the hospital. She often passed the time watching her beloved Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson spends time with 17-year-old Amber, a senior at Squalicum High, during a Make-A-Wish visit Aug. 8 at the Seahawks’ training facility in Renton.
North Bend's Paola and others score with Make-A-Wish.
Seven-year-old Noah and his family from Longview visited K5 Mornings to talk about the Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day.
The 13-year-old traveled all the way from Alaska for a special night with his favorite team.
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