Third annual event to benefit the homeless in Kitsap county. Open to people of all ages and abilities. Light snacks and drinks before the run and a bbq lunch and award ceremony after it. WHERE: Evergreen Park, 1400 Park Ave., Bremerton WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. COST: $25 early registration, $30 day of event. $10 for T-shirt. INFO and REGISTRATION: www.kitsaprescue.org
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From KRM’s website:
Vehicle we use to deliver meals and tow our shower trailer has a
The value of the vehicle is not worth investing in. We need a good, used or new, diesel, 2 ton pick-up to fill this gap.
If you can help please call Mike O’Shaughnessy at 360-373-3428.
The severe weather shelter will be open Wednesday, 1/16, and Thursday, 1/17, at 6 pm. If no one checks in by 9 pm, the volunteers go home. It’s located at Bremerton Foodline, 1600 12th St. in Bremerton. All are welcome. No weapons/alcohol/drugs. Everyone leaves by 7 am the next morning.
The county’s severe weather shelter will open at 6 pm (closes at 9 pm if no one is there) on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Every one leaves at 7 am the next morning. All are welcome. Shelter is at Bremerton Foodline, 1600 12th St. in Bremerton. No weapons/drugs/alcohol.
The county’s severe weather shelter, located at Bremerton Foodline, 1600 12th St. in Bremerton, opens tonight 1/9 at 6 pm (doors lock at 9 pm – if no one is there by then the volunteers go home). Folks leave by 7 am the next morning. And it reopens Thursday night 1/10at 6p, out at 7a the next day. All are welcome. No weapons / alcohol / drugs.