From left, Ruth Crabtree of Geneva Presbyterian Church; Elizabeth Francis, board member for Family Promise of Greater Modesto; and Tamra Losinski, executive director of Family Promise of Greater Modesto, stand in the area of the church hall where a family of 11 stayed for a week amid the agency’s search for transitional or permanent housing for the family. The family has been with Family Promise for nearly four months, and their time will end Nov. 28.
From left, Ruth Crabtree of Geneva Presbyterian Church; Elizabeth Francis, board member for Family Promise of Greater Modesto; and Tamra Losinski, executive director of Family Promise of Greater Modesto, stand in the area of the church hall where a family of 11 stayed for a week amid the agency’s search for transitional or permanent housing for the family. The family has been with Family Promise for nearly four months, and their time will end Nov. 28. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com
From left, Ruth Crabtree of Geneva Presbyterian Church; Elizabeth Francis, board member for Family Promise of Greater Modesto; and Tamra Losinski, executive director of Family Promise of Greater Modesto, stand in the area of the church hall where a family of 11 stayed for a week amid the agency’s search for transitional or permanent housing for the family. The family has been with Family Promise for nearly four months, and their time will end Nov. 28. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com

Time running out for family of 11 in shelter

November 14, 2015 05:11 PM

UPDATED November 14, 2015 05:21 PM

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