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  • Record number of men seeking warm beds, meals at Rock Hill shelter

    The Men's Warming Center in Rock Hill is seeing record numbers of men seeking a hot meal and warm place to sleep. Emily Sutton, pastor for Bethel United Methodist Church for six years, said the number of men staying at the shelter has dramatically increased. Shelter organizers said the center needs donations and volunteers.

Record number of men seeking warm beds, meals at Rock Hill shelter

The Men's Warming Center in Rock Hill is seeing record numbers of men seeking a hot meal and warm place to sleep. Emily Sutton, pastor for Bethel United Methodist Church for six years, said the number of men staying at the shelter has dramatically increased. Shelter organizers said the center needs donations and volunteers.
By Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com