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Cindy Wurst serves breakfast to Rob Mott and Mike Cobello at the Wings of Hope free breakfast at Hoseanna Christian Fellowship in Arlington, 9 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 7. No homeless or unemployed people attended the first free breakfast, but the volunteers from four different churchs are working to get the word out. Participating churches are Arlington United Church, St. Andrews Orthodox Church, Atonement Free Lutheran Church and Hosanna Christian Fellowship. All are welcome to the free breakfast served each Wednesday from 8 - 10 a.m. at 401 N. Dunham, in Arlington. The pastor of Hoseanna, John Gravallese said they welcome donations. Call him at 425-829-4983. Anyone wishing to help with this program should call 360-403-0995.  - SARAH ARNEY The Arlington Times
Cindy Wurst serves breakfast to Rob Mott and Mike Cobello at the Wings of Hope free breakfast at Hoseanna Christian Fellowship in Arlington, 9 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 7. No homeless or unemployed people attended the first free breakfast, but the volunteers from four different churchs are working to get the word out. Participating churches are Arlington United Church, St. Andrews Orthodox Church, Atonement Free Lutheran Church and Hosanna Christian Fellowship. All are welcome to the free breakfast served each Wednesday from 8 - 10 a.m. at 401 N. Dunham, in Arlington. The pastor of Hoseanna, John Gravallese said they welcome donations. Call him at 425-829-4983. Anyone wishing to help with this program should call 360-403-0995.
— image credit: SARAH ARNEY The Arlington Times

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