10-year-old Avinash will get the baseball party started at the "Safe" with the ceremonial running of the bases.
The Mariners continue a tradition of having a young fan run the bases to start the season with Avinash of Tacoma doing the honor.
Team Kaiser was honored to be chosen to be the Make-A-Wish foundation Iditarider this year. Connor was our rider this year and he really enjoyed himself and we were so happy to be a part of his Iditarod experience!
Iditarod mushers put a lot of thought into which dogs make up their team. Ten-year-old Lauren Rust picked her favorites based on how fluffy their tails are.
Shaline John, a life-long Seattle Seahawks fan, has a lot in common with her favorite team. Both had to fight, persevere and remain committed in order to attend Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday.
When 12-year-old Shealeigh was given a wish by the Make-a-Wish Foundation she didn't want to go to Disneyland like all the other kids, she wanted to go to Alaska.
The last practice before the critical game between the Seattle Seahawks and St. Louis Rams was brought to a halt by a special Hawks fan Saturday.
New Washington coach Chris Petersen made a kid's Make-A-Wish dream to be a coach for a day at Boise State come true about three years ago.
Apparently 15-year-old Sam doesn’t mind the cold weather. The Make-A-Wish Alaska recipient probably could have gone just about anywhere. He decided to go to Antarctica.
Last weekend, 14-year-old Samantha spent yet another day in a hospital, but this visit was different. This time she got to be the nurse, rather than the patient.
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