Cassie Kunselman, 15, teaches 7-year-old Jaelyn Fox some cheer techniques during a practice on the athletic fields at Jennings Park in Marysville. Kunselman’s group is part of the Marysville Cheer Leading Association, and she has earned a varsity letter for community service from United Way of Snohomish County. (Dan Bates / The Herald).

United Way gives students varsity letters for community service

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