Sergio Jamarillo gets a fork last December from Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center support staffer Max Goldsmith after preparing a bowl of soup and hot chocolate for lunch at Temple Beth Hatfiloh — one of three downtown Olympia churches that split the daily daytime centers. “We feel lucky to have some meals and some help. God bless America,” Jamarillo said.
Sergio Jamarillo gets a fork last December from Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center support staffer Max Goldsmith after preparing a bowl of soup and hot chocolate for lunch at Temple Beth Hatfiloh — one of three downtown Olympia churches that split the daily daytime centers. “We feel lucky to have some meals and some help. God bless America,” Jamarillo said. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015
Sergio Jamarillo gets a fork last December from Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center support staffer Max Goldsmith after preparing a bowl of soup and hot chocolate for lunch at Temple Beth Hatfiloh — one of three downtown Olympia churches that split the daily daytime centers. “We feel lucky to have some meals and some help. God bless America,” Jamarillo said. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015

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