There was a long line at the Klamath County Fairgrounds this morning for the ninth annual ‘Project Family Connect’.
Many of the volunteers say they got help through the program, and are now able to return the favor.
“I’ve lived out on the streets before – nowhere to go,” said volunteer Josh Brown. “I think it’s a great thing for people to be able to come, and for the community to help out people who are in those positions.”
Over 40 providers offered basic services ranging from haircuts to veterinary care.