The Salvation Army extended its hours due to the cold temperatures. The shelter typically closes during the day, but with the freezing temperatures people without shelter will now have a warm place.
The shelter offers access to new coats, beds and three hot meals a day. The Salvation Army Major David Feeser is eager to get the information out that they're here and able to help anyone who has no place to stay during the temperatures
Major Feeser said, "we want those who don't have any place to go, we want to have a place for them where they are taken care of and, nobody really doesn't need to be out in this kind of weather."
There is no charge to use the shelter and the Major said they typically only fill half of their potential occupancy so there should be room for anyone needing to get in out of the cold.
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