People lined up Thursday as they waited to enter downtown Lexington's Community Inn, where the doors open every night at 7. The shelter regularly serves as many as 75 men and 30 women.
People lined up Thursday as they waited to enter downtown Lexington's Community Inn, where the doors open every night at 7. The shelter regularly serves as many as 75 men and 30 women. Lexington Herald-Leader
People lined up Thursday as they waited to enter downtown Lexington's Community Inn, where the doors open every night at 7. The shelter regularly serves as many as 75 men and 30 women. Lexington Herald-Leader

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