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Helping homeless stay warm


September 23, 2021

Gordon Weeks

Wendy Petty is the executive director of Crazy Love Ministries, a Shelton-based nonprofit that is accepting the donation of sleeping bags and winter clothing items to help people in need.

Nighttime temperatures are dropping into the 40's, leaving homeless people and others in need in the cold. Two Shelton-based nonprofit groups are trying to help.

The Mason County Warming Center, operated by Crazy Love Ministries, is accepting the donation of new and gently sleeping bags, with the hope of collecting at least 80 to be distributed in mid-October.

Donations of sleeping bags can be dropped off at the center at 110 S. First St. in downtown Shelton between 9 a.m. and noon Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Pickups can also be arranged by calling 360-358-3355.


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