Gene Hallowell, a Marine Corps veteran, gets a haircut and goatee trim Friday from Beth Rokstad, one of many volunteers providing free services to homeless veterans at the Olympia Armory. Hallowell, who lost his welding job during the recession, said he was appreciative of the outreach effort.
Gene Hallowell, a Marine Corps veteran, gets a haircut and goatee trim Friday from Beth Rokstad, one of many volunteers providing free services to homeless veterans at the Olympia Armory. Hallowell, who lost his welding job during the recession, said he was appreciative of the outreach effort. The Olympian
Gene Hallowell, a Marine Corps veteran, gets a haircut and goatee trim Friday from Beth Rokstad, one of many volunteers providing free services to homeless veterans at the Olympia Armory. Hallowell, who lost his welding job during the recession, said he was appreciative of the outreach effort. The Olympian

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December 04, 2010 12:00 AM

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