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Shelter project aims to meet growing need


SALEM — During a special promotional event Sept. 17-19 at Riverfront Park in Salem, Temre Yann (above and at left) of the local ministry Church@The Park explains how 64-square-foot composite shelters can serve as transitional living spaces for those grappling with homelessness. Volunteers are assisting Church@The Park and the city government with a sponsorship campaign whereby donors can help fund a shelter home for someone in need.

Each shelter fits two single beds with room for personal belongings and can be connected to electricity and be located in a managed community.

For more information contact by email Hazel Patton at ptn1363@msn.com or Ron Steiner at ronsteiner@swcp.com