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Warming Center opens for Bozeman’s homeless

Correction

This story was changed on Nov. 30, 2011, to correct the name of the company that donated lumber to the warming center. Simkins-Hallin Lumber Company was the donor.

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The Warming Center shelter for the Bozeman area’s homeless has opened for the season, though it has yet to raise enough money to stay open all winter.

The no-frills Warming Center opened the day after Thanksgiving, five weeks earlier than last year. It is again located in an old office building on the west side of the Gallatin County Fairgrounds, but this winter it has several improvements.

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