HomeStreet Bank donates $5K to Trinity Place, Pathways for Women Posted: November 14, 2017 1327 Marilla Sargent, far right, vice president and branch manager for the Mountlake Terrace branch of HomeStreet Bank, presented a $5,000 check to the YWCA to support its Snohomish County-based work on Pathways for Women and Trinity Place. Pathways for Women is a local non-profit that works with the YWCA to house local homeless moms and their kids, and Trinity Place is a transitional housing complex in Lynnwood. Accepting the check are YWCA board members, from left, Pam Harkins, Jean Bartell Barber and Pam Daniels.
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