Edmonds Senior Center to provide transportation to cold weather shelter starting Jan. 12

In anticipation of below-freezing temperatures into Monday, a van will be offering free transportation starting Sunday evening, Jan. 12, from the Edmonds Library to those who want to access the South Snohomish County Cold Weather Shelter in Lynnwood.

The van will provide free transportation from the Edmonds Library, 650 Main St., to Trinity Lutheran Church. Individuals will then transfer to the shuttle that delivers individuals to the South Snohomish County Cold Weather Shelter at Maple Park Church in Lynnwood.

The van will arrive at the Edmonds Library¬†at 6:20 p.m. and will depart by 6:35 p.m. The van is marked “Edmonds Senior Center.”

Transportation will continue during the cold weather period as demand dictates. This service is made possible thanks to the Edmonds Senior Center.

 

3 Replies to “Edmonds Senior Center to provide transportation to cold weather shelter starting Jan. 12”

  1. Thank you, Edmonds Senior Center, and any and all who came up with this plan and are making it possible to get people out of the cold in Edmonds and into the South County Cold Weather Shelter. Acting on our best impulses is a great way to start 2020. We All Belong.

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  2. And thank you, Maple Park church for opening your doors to the neediest in our community. This is truly answering Jesus’ call to care for “the least of these.”

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  3. The 4 way stop at the Main Street and 5th Avenue fountain is very dangerous. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen folks drive like it’s a round-and-round, not stopping or stopping for pedestrians.

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