Ryan Bradney, standing left, worked with resident Steven Yeary, standing right, during an improv class held at the Clark County Homeless Coalition in Winchester. Ryan Bradney leads an improv group at the Clark County Homeless coalition with the players being the residents and volunteers. Bradney, who is also a pastor, volunteers to lead the weekly improv meetings which he uses to teach life skills and reduce anxiety but also helps folks in a stressful situation a chance to laugh and make others laugh.
Ryan Bradney, standing left, worked with resident Steven Yeary, standing right, during an improv class held at the Clark County Homeless Coalition in Winchester. Ryan Bradney leads an improv group at the Clark County Homeless coalition with the players being the residents and volunteers. Bradney, who is also a pastor, volunteers to lead the weekly improv meetings which he uses to teach life skills and reduce anxiety but also helps folks in a stressful situation a chance to laugh and make others laugh. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Ryan Bradney, standing left, worked with resident Steven Yeary, standing right, during an improv class held at the Clark County Homeless Coalition in Winchester. Ryan Bradney leads an improv group at the Clark County Homeless coalition with the players being the residents and volunteers. Bradney, who is also a pastor, volunteers to lead the weekly improv meetings which he uses to teach life skills and reduce anxiety but also helps folks in a stressful situation a chance to laugh and make others laugh. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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Improv class at homeless shelter gives clients a chance to be seen and heard

September 15, 2016 3:11 PM

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