Hood River Warming Shelter Searching For A Building

Hood River Shelter Service is looking for a location for a warming shelter this winter.  The shelter was located at the former Fruit Tree building on Westcliff Drive last winter, but that building has been sold and is no longer available.  Prior to that the shelter bounced from church to church each winter, something organizers do not want to have happen again.  The shelter’s Carole Dearholt says their building need is fairly basic:  about 1500 square feet and preferably two bathrooms.  The warming shelter provides a place for people to stay on cold winter nights.  It operates from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. each winter night.  If you have a building you would be willing to have used as a shelter, call Dearholt at 541-490-1920.

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