During Montana’s stay-at-home order, the Billings homeless population had few places to seek shower facilities. Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch opened up the Garfield School locker rooms to the homeless. St. Vincent de Paul’s thrift store provided a change of clothes, Mary Queen of Peace church volunteers provided new undergarments and shoes, and Koinonia Laundry washed the old clothes. Because of a great community effort, the Saturday Shower Program is providing relief to those most in need. Watch the video and read the full story at KTVQ.