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Warming center opens
The Men's Seasonal Warming Center, started by Family Promise of Green County, opened Jan. 4 at 800 30th St. in Monroe. The warming center has six beds and two sleep rooms (below) and a community room. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - Monroe has a new place for single homeless men to gain relief from freezing Wisconsin winter nights. The program began with Family Promise of Green County, but director Rick Gleason hopes the Men's Seasonal Warming Center on 30th Street will be able to function on its own by next winter. The building provides a place for single homeless men to sleep indoors and to make their own food with the aid of a sink, a refrigerator and a microwave.

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