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Cots await people seeking shelter at FACETS from the cold at night. FACETS began its annual Hypothermia Prevention…
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With growing need and colder weather, seasonal shelter connects guests with services through April 1.
FACETS began its annual Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program in late November and has experienced an increase in demand with cold weather and local need pushing up the numbers of people seeking shelter.
The Lamb Center, a nonprofit, daytime drop-in center for the homeless, needs the following supplies
Winter Restaurant Week is Feb. 26-March 3.
It’s always a good time to visit Fairfax City – but especially during Restaurant Week. That’s when both locals and visitors get a chance to enjoy delicious meals at the City’s restaurants for lower-than-normal prices.
40,000 books available to open the world for all.
The Lorton Community Center and Library know that reading opens the world.Their February 10th book drive and family literacy fair aimed to be sure that area families and educators had a means to open that global door to knowledge, learning, and adventure, for all.