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The Badger Herald announces opening of new Day Warming Shelter

The Badger Herald posted a new article, announcing the opening of the new daytime warming center on East Washington Avenue in Madison. Read More: http://badgerherald.com/news/2012/11/27/daytime_warming_cent.php

State Journal: Day shelter ‘a godsend’ amid chilly weather

Sandy Cullen from the Wisconsin State Journal reports on the first day of the new Madison Daytime Warming Shelter. She writes: “[G]uests had attended a spirituality group and a town hall meeting, enjoyed pizza bought by a volunteer, downed some 120 cups of coffee, listened to a guitar performance and watched ‘One Flew Over the … Continue reading

FOX 47 reports on the opening of the new Daytime Warming Shelter

WMSN Fox 47 aired a story about the opening of the new Daytime Warming Shelter. The shelter is set to open on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 in the former Lussier Teen Center on the 800 block of East Washington Avenue in Madison, WI. Read More: http://www.fox47.com/newsroom/top_stories/videos/homeless-shelters-open-madison-4832.shtml

Channel 3000 reports on new day shelter

Channel 3000 reports on the new homeless shelter to open Monday, November 26, 2012 in the former Lussier Teen Center. Read more at: http://www.channel3000.com/news/Homeless-shelter-to-open-Monday/-/1648/17545266/-/hthrbrz/-/index.html

The Daily Cardinal: County approves day shelter

Stephanie Castillo from the Daily Cardinal reports on the county’s approval for a new Daytime Warming Shelter. She writes “County officials approved in a 33-2 vote Thursday the opening of a temporary day warming shelter on 827 E. Washington Ave., a site across the street from the lot formerly used for an Occupy Madison camp … Continue reading

Cap Times discusses debate over new warming shelter location

The Cap Times reported on the debate over keeping the homeless warm this winter by opening a temporary day warming shelter in downtown Madison. Read more: http://host.madison.com/news/local/grassroots/keeping-homeless-warm-this-winter-is-a-hot-issue-in/article_62635086-2eab-11e2-bcf1-0019bb2963f4.html