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Caps Spend Thanksgiving with SOME

by Staff Writer / Washington Capitals
Washington Capitals right wings Matt Bradley and Brian Willsie spent

Thanksgiving Day with residents of Jeremiah House in Southeast
Washington, D.C. Bradley and Willsie spent time talking to the Jeremiah
House residents, staff members and volunteers; helping to serve
Thanksgiving dinner; and signing autographs.

Jeremiah House is part of the SOME (So Others Might Eat) housing program
and provides single rooms, common social areas and kitchens to 52
formerly homeless women and men. Case management services, social
interaction, financial planning and referrals for additional social
services are all offered to the residents of Jeremiah House.

SOME exists to help the poor and homeless of the nation's capital,
meeting the immediate daily needs of the people they serve with food,
clothing and health care. SOME helps break the cycle of homelessness by
offering services such as affordable housing, job training, addiction
treatment and counseling to the poor, the elderly and individuals with
mental illness. For more information on SOME, please visit www.some.org.
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