Nearly three years ago, Cole was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy after suffering a seizure, his first of many to come. In August, the year-old Monomoy Regional Middle School student was struck with six in 12 hours, then two more at the emergency room, for a total of eight in 24 hours, landing him in the hospital for four days. At the Harwich Community Center, director Carolyn Carey stationed a massive box for socks in the front foyer, which she said has been filled multiple times during the campaign, which ends at the end of October. Because the number of socks collected is so immense, Erica said the family is planning multiple deliveries. Mom and son were determined to change this and put together what they thought would be a small campaign to collect several hundred pairs of cool socks that would replenish the basket of Child Life Specialists, which provides games, activities, and fun distractions for kids in the hospital. The response, said Erica, who works at the Harwich Cultural Center, has given her son's morale a serious and much-needed boost. Though they were initially seeking a few hundred pairs when the campaign went live on Sept.