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Cold Shelters open tonight in Hillsborough

TAMPA — Cold weather shelters will open at four locations in Hillsborough County tonight for the homeless and those who live in homes without adequate heat.

They are:

Bethune Park Rural Shelter, 5809 Edina St. in Wimauma. Opens at 6 p.m. for adults and families. Meals will be provided. (813) 671-7618.

Brandon Community Center, 510 E. Sadie Street in Brandon. Opens at 5:30 p.m. for homeless adults and families. Meals will be provided. (813) 635-8179.

Metropolitan Ministries in Tampa, 2010 N. Florida Ave. Opens at 4 p.m. for families. (813) 209-1077.

Salvation Army in Tampa, 1514 N. Florida Ave. Opens at 4 p.m. and is only for adults. (813) 221-4440.

Cold Shelters open tonight in Hillsborough 12/21/09 [Last modified: Monday, December 21, 2009 4:16pm]
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