Community pulls together to help those in need

Mike Seals - February 13, 2021 6:19 pm

Nearly 40 people are warm and safe because of the generosity of the owners of the Rose Stone Inn, and the amazing donations from the community.

At last report, volunteers were still needed to help sort and organize the donations, and to stay as chaperones through the night.

The Rose Stone Inn, 120 South 3rd Street, has a massive stock pile of winter weather supplies. ANYONE can stop by and get supplies if they are in need, whether they are homeless or not.

Team Radio thanks Misty Dawn, Heather Cannon, Terron Liles and all the other volunteers for their time and efforts.


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