Selena Kilmoyer, a live-in volunteer at Bread & Roses, was recognized by the Thurston County Housing Task Force as the “2012 Hero of the Houseless” for her many years of advocacy and hard work in expanding the network of services, shelter and housing for the homeless.
Selena Kilmoyer, a live-in volunteer at Bread & Roses, was recognized by the Thurston County Housing Task Force as the “2012 Hero of the Houseless” for her many years of advocacy and hard work in expanding the network of services, shelter and housing for the homeless. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2012
Selena Kilmoyer, a live-in volunteer at Bread & Roses, was recognized by the Thurston County Housing Task Force as the “2012 Hero of the Houseless” for her many years of advocacy and hard work in expanding the network of services, shelter and housing for the homeless. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2012

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