Steve Pool, Komo, Coastguard Food Bank discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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Members who can help you coaching through this ordeal with concerns and their wives that take fantastic careless? But it's somehow in my mind. I don't like to be dependent when we never been dependent or picky seven years. And now the government's gonna take it all away what kind of stress does that put on your family. Well, my husband does not know I prefer to keep him out of the loop to keep him. So I put the worry on me. And it's not easy. What if anything would you like to say to the members of our government who have not been able to end this shutdown, please realized that outside of your doors? There are people who are suffering. You sit in your offices, and you have your food and your was and your families. We're sitting out here struggling to get by day after day, please help us. Appreciate your insight and your sharing your story. Gayle, thank you so much and best of luck to you. Thank you very much problem. Solvers are stepping up to help with a five thousand dollar donation to help fill the coastguard food Bank where shelves are bare. And on top of that we're willing to match your donations up to another. Five thousand dollars. So that's ten thousand to get us started their thirty five hundred active duty reserve and civilian serving in the Pacific northwest. Go to KOMO news dot com slash problem. Solvers to donate. Hardly a day goes by that. Someone doesn't ask one of his house. Steve pool is doing and win. He'll be back. Komo's Carleen Johnson. Has the update Steve was on vacation last year? When he got the call from his doctor telling him he had prostate cancer after sharing the news viewers. He's been on leave several months now receiving proton therapy at Seattle cancer care alliance. Have these amazing machines.

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