By Matthew Stephens
Valley News Herald 

Spokane Valley Connect brings services to area residents


Last updated 5/25/2023 at 10:24am

Matthew Stephens

Area residents sit down for a free haircut during the Spokane Valley Connect event on May 18.

SPOKANE VALLEY – Opportunity Presbyterian Church housed over 60 vendors on the afternoon of

May 18, and these vendors were there offering a variety of services to area residents.

These services are geared to primarily help those struggling with housing or are underserved in some aspect.

Those in need were able to find a food and clothing bank on site. To go even one step further, stations were set up so people could get a haircut onsite.

Eric Robison, the Housing and Homeless Coordinator in Spokane Valley was on site for the city, and explained these large events really help peopl...

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