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Cold Night Shelter Program Activated In Gainesville

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Due to anticipated temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit between Tuesday and Friday, the city of Gainesville’s Cold Night Shelter program will be activated at the St. Francis House, 413 S Main St, and GRACE Marketplace, 3055 NE 28 Ave.

The St. Francis House provides services and temporary shelter for women, children and families, while GRACE Marketplace caters toward individual adults.

Each year, the CNS program provides shelter from the cold for those who need it between Nov. 1 and March 31. It will remain open as long as temperatures remain below 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

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