Seattle Mariner pitcher Charlie Furbush waves to students and staff as he arrives in the Katzie Elementary School gym.

Baseball team helps Katzie Elementary School launch Kindness Month

Seattle Mariners players visit students as part of DREAM Team caravan.

Members of the Seattle Mariners baseball team visited Katzie Elementary last week as part of their DREAM Team caravan.

The school held a special assembly on Thursday (Jan. 28) for the DREAM Team that included pitchers Charile Furbush and Steve Cishek, along with Mariners’ mascot Mariner Moose.

The players spoke to the students about the importance of the DREAM Team principles of Drug-free, Respect yourself and others, Education, Attitude and Motivation.

The presentation launched Katzie’s Kindness Month in February.

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