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The Shepherd’s House in Bend has secured a new location for a warming shelter this winter.  Central Oregon Daily reports an old Opportunity Foundation thrift store on 2nd Street will be renovated to house up to 70 people each night – a jump from last year’s shelter that could only house 48 people.  The 10,000-square-foot shelter is a joint venture with the City of Bend, Deschutes County, and the Homeless Leadership Coalition.  Shepherd’s House Ministries plan to open the shelter beginning in late November or early December.  It will be open to men, women and families, and will provide hot meals every morning and night.

 

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