Kathleen Gallaher smiles as she sees a friend arrive at the Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center at Temple Beth Hatfiloh, one of three downtown Olympia faith communities that are hosting the daily daytime operations.
Kathleen Gallaher smiles as she sees a friend arrive at the Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center at Temple Beth Hatfiloh, one of three downtown Olympia faith communities that are hosting the daily daytime operations. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Kathleen Gallaher smiles as she sees a friend arrive at the Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center at Temple Beth Hatfiloh, one of three downtown Olympia faith communities that are hosting the daily daytime operations. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Downtown faith communities offer warming centers for Olympia’s homeless

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