Snohomish artist Jackie Cort holds handmade hats for her annual sock-hat-scarf collection for two social service agencies in Everett. Cort, who gets hundreds of items every year from artists and friends, is having a donation drop-off night Friday that is open to the community. She started the mission some 20 years ago when her kids were little. They still help her with the project.

Snohomish artist Jackie Cort holds handmade hats for her annual sock-hat-scarf collection for two social service agencies in Everett. Cort, who gets hundreds of items every year from artists and friends, is having a donation drop-off night Friday that is open to the community. She started the mission some 20 years ago when her kids were little. They still help her with the project.

Socks for a good cause. And add cookies.

Snohomish artist Jackie Cort and friends make gift bags for homeless men and women in need.

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