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It helps a village

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Sterling Savings Bank Port Angeles branch manager Shenna Straling, second from left, presents a $1,500 check to Evergreen Family Village Family support specialist Karen Bert, left, family services director Kim Leach and deputy director Brad Collins. The award funds a new employment skills-building initiative designed to prepare Evergreen Family Village residents to succeed in the job market. The Village, a 16-apartment transitional housing complex with supportive services, helps homeless families with minor children transition to stable housing. For more information visit http://serenityhouseclallam.org or call 452-7224. Submitted photo

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