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Faith Mission Preparing For A Full House

Although Faith Mission currently has 40 people staying in the hallway and 40 people staying in the chapel, they are still not turning people away. They will be open throughout the night and are still in need of winter weather gear. 

The mission can hold a maximum of 130 to 140 people. Officials there are expecting to use all available space to make sure those without a home have a warm place to sleep. Officials said they have been full the last two or three days and expect it to stay that way for the rest of the week.

 

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