Closing The Gap

HARTS Looks To Get People Off The Streets For Good

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Posted: November 21, 2012

Artie Frederick, a volunteer with the Harrisonburg And Rockingham Thermal Shelter, serves Evelyn Vannest a sloppy Joe with coleslaw on Sunday at Asbury United Methodist Church. This year the seasonal shelter is expanding its program with an initiative that aims to get people off the streets for good. (Photos by Michael Reilly)
Zac Leatherwood, 19, Michael Campbell, 48, and Richard Entsminger, 56, watch TV before the evening meal Sunday.
Clients and volunteers with Harrisonburg And Rockingham Thermal Shelter pray before dinner Sunday night at Asbury United Methodist Church.
HARRISONBURG — HARTS started out six years ago as a seasonal shelter for homeless people who couldn’t get into another facility.

Now, officials with the Harrisonburg And Rockingham Thermal…


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