Letter: Good job on article about Sober House for Men

Editor,

Thank you, for the great article featuring the opening of the sober house for men. With so much controversy about the homeless issue in Oak Harbor, it was encouraging to read of a Christian ministry that is actively working to help homeless people make strides toward finding a more productive place in our society and for themselves.

Christina Bowling and the board of directors of Mighty to Save Ministries are doing great work meeting people at their point of need and offering to walk with them through their recovery and provide real resources to assist them — along with accountability.

Thank you, Whidbey News Times, for sharing this good news with our community.

Don Jaques

Coupeville

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