Sergio Jamarillo gets a fork 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 operations - on Dec. 8, 2015. "We feel lucky to have some meals and some help. God bless America," Jamarillo said.
Sergio Jamarillo gets a fork 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 operations - on Dec. 8, 2015. "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 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 operations - on Dec. 8, 2015. "We feel lucky to have some meals and some help. God bless America," Jamarillo said. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015

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