Otis R. Webb Sr. picked a coat Monday from a collection of donated clothing at a shelter at the Community Action Council's West End Center. The council doesn't usually run a shelter, but an official said it will remain open at least through Thursday morning.
Otis R. Webb Sr. picked a coat Monday from a collection of donated clothing at a shelter at the Community Action Council's West End Center. The council doesn't usually run a shelter, but an official said it will remain open at least through Thursday morning. Herald-Leader
Otis R. Webb Sr. picked a coat Monday from a collection of donated clothing at a shelter at the Community Action Council's West End Center. The council doesn't usually run a shelter, but an official said it will remain open at least through Thursday morning. Herald-Leader

With temperatures diving, Lexington shelter to stay open at least through Thursday

January 27, 2014 11:03 AM

UPDATED July 15, 2015 12:50 AM

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