Overnight warming shelter available in Lebanon
When the temperature is expected to drop below 32 degrees, homeless or under-sheltered people in Laclede County now have a place to go to stay warm. The Lebanon Warming Center is now in operation. Amber Meredith, who helped organize the warming center, says transportation is provided for those who need a ride to the location………….
Meredith says the Lebanon Warming Center is not just for those who are homeless………..
The Lebanon Warming Center is also in need of volunteers. Those interested in volunteering can find out more by emailing Lebanon Warming Center at gmail dot com., or by visiting the Facebook page. Prospective volunteers will also need to pass a background check. Lebanon Warming Center will open their doors each night the temperature is expected to drop below 32 degrees from now through March 31st.