Kathleen Gallaher sits outside the Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center at Temple Beth Hatfiloh — one of three downtown Olympia churches that split the daily daytime centers operations — in December. “I don’t want to die homeless,” Gallaher said. “I’m 62 years old. I can’t do this forever.”
Kathleen Gallaher sits outside the Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center at Temple Beth Hatfiloh — one of three downtown Olympia churches that split the daily daytime centers operations — in December. “I don’t want to die homeless,” Gallaher said. “I’m 62 years old. I can’t do this forever.” Tony Overman Staff file, 2015
Kathleen Gallaher sits outside the Interfaith Works Winter Warming Center at Temple Beth Hatfiloh — one of three downtown Olympia churches that split the daily daytime centers operations — in December. “I don’t want to die homeless,” Gallaher said. “I’m 62 years old. I can’t do this forever.” Tony Overman Staff file, 2015

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