Lynden Sikh members giving back as community wrestles with coronavirus pandemic

“We’re just trying to help and give something back to the community when they’re going through this hardship of COVID-19...

Here's what commonly used words and terms relating to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease, mean. BY WARREN STERLING

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Members of the Lynden Sikh community are giving away free milk and bread to Whatcom County residents throughout the month.

Two gallons of milk and loaves of bread are being distributed to people at locations in Ferndale, Lynden and Blaine. The locations will be handing these out from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through April 20...

...“We’re just trying to help and give something back to the community when they’re going through this hardship of COVID-19,” Gill said. “Everybody doesn’t do it, but some people feel we should do it when it’s hard times. If you can, you should come out and do these things.”

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