A few dozen shelterless people lined up at the doors of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Friday morning, April 30, to receive COVID-19 vaccinations, a $25 gift certificate, food and tents, tarps and sleeping bags if needed as supplied by Reach For Home, Healdsburg Shared Ministries and volunteer donations. The Johnson & Johnson vaccines were donated by the Sonoma County Medical Associates, the Healthcare Foundation of North Sonoma County and Cheryl Fox Associates. Margaret Slunk, of Reach For Home, and Rev. Sally Hanes Hubbell of St. Paul’s thanked the day’s volunteers for coordinating the registration and donation giveaways.
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