Warming shelters opening in Auburn

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Auburn has opened warming shelters.

• Sla-Hal Shed Warming Shelter, 38911 172 Second Ave. SE. 253-261-4724 or 253-258-1066. Sunday-Thursday, Feb. 3-14.

• Ray of Hope Sundown Shelter, 25361 I St. NE, 253-397-0571. Every night. Homeless shelter. Check-in at 6:30 p.m.

If possible, please contact the shelters for updated information.

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