Shelter Update: Spring 2018 Statistics

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Spring Has Sprung? Shelter Update… It may not seem like it yet since the temperatures are hardly Spring-like and it’s currently even snowing again (aaarrggghhh), but the calendar says it’s Spring. There are telltale signs for sure. Daffodils, tulips and crocus are peeking through the soil, albeit in some places also through the snow so […]

A FEW MORE NIGHTS: There’s a reason some people can’t leave the Hundred Nights shelter

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Keene Sentinel Editorial, April 15, 2018 The Hundred Nights shelter will “officially” close for the winter season in a day or two, and it’s fortunate it’s stayed open this long, given the poor prognostication powers of a certain Pennsylvania groundhog Feb. 2. Despite the unusual length of this winter season, Hundred Nights has had fewer […]

Hidden in Plain Sight – Homelessness in Keene, NH Documentary

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A huge Thank You to Greg Pregent for filming the documentary Hidden in Plain Sight – Homelessness in Keene, NH. Greg spent countless hours interviewing many community members as well as guests, staff and volunteers of Hundred Nights and the Southwest Community Services Shelters. His dedication to this project is admirable. Hundred Nights was the […]