December 4, 2013
Vol: 20 No: 49


Images along the path of giving

by: RC Staff

A group of Lynnwood women, aged 18-22, cooked enough food to feed more than 200 people on Thanksgiving in Pioneer Square. Dave’s Burgers donated burgers to go with the home-cooked spaghetti, hot dogs, potatoes and other items. The women, who also fed people last year, are not affiliated with any church or nonprofit.

Photo by: Ted Mase , Contributing Photographer

Dwight James gets help from Justine Zachara, a volunteer at the annual Survive the Streets clothing give-away on Thanksgiving at the Millionair Club. Each participant selected clothes, personal hygine products, backpacks and sleeping bags.

Photo by: Ted Mase , Contributing Photographer

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Real Change volunteer photographer Ted Mase spent his Thanksgiving holiday walking and taking pictures. He began his journey at the Millionair Club where volunteers handed out warm clothing for a yearly Survive the Streets clothing give-away.  Next stop, Occidental Park, where a group of women who love to cook gathered to feed park residents for the second year in a row.  Mase’s journey ended at

Ernestine Anderson Place, where the Low Income Housing Institue was dishing up warm meals to residents, family and friends. On Friday, Mase sent a note along with his photos: “What a great day it was. All the characters I met throughout the city. Just love these types of Thanksgivings. Hope you had a nice one too.”



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