FILE PHOTO: Edgar L. Mathis Jr. chats at the downtown Olympia warming center Jan. 26. The site was one of the intake locations for the annual Thurston County homeless census.
FILE PHOTO: Edgar L. Mathis Jr. chats at the downtown Olympia warming center Jan. 26. The site was one of the intake locations for the annual Thurston County homeless census. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2017
FILE PHOTO: Edgar L. Mathis Jr. chats at the downtown Olympia warming center Jan. 26. The site was one of the intake locations for the annual Thurston County homeless census. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2017

Olympia warming center closes, but need remains, organizers say

April 09, 2017 01:00 PM

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