Weekly News – 5/18/18

May 21, 2018

Did you see Steve Baker’s article in The Prospector yesterday about DJ Husky LePew celebrating his 100th show? That KVMR DJ talked to Steve Baker about the help he received from Hospitality House several years ago. “So I came here (KVMR) with an incredibly sexy voice and the rest is just seat of the pants radio,” he said with a laugh. “Hey, I’m your soul provider, baby.” Yup, that’s part of his radio format — “soul provider” of vintage R&B, smooth jazz and, of course, soul music. If you have insomnia on a Tuesday, tune in!

I have a story from one of our guests, Justin: “Since the day I arrived at Hospitality House I have been clean and sober, working full-time and taking classes and courses for creative writing. I’ve also been assigned as a caretaker to give back and it’s helping me a lot with my sobriety and my understanding of life. I come back from work every day to do the floors and laundry at Hospitality House.” And as of last week, he found a small place and moved out of the shelter. Congratulations, Justin. This month is our challenge grant—so any donation you give is doubled in May. Go online to hhshelter.org and give in May!

Bread & Roses Thrift Store is filling in their housewares and costume jewelry sections. Donation hours have expanded to 10am-5pm, behind Bread & Roses, Tuesday-Saturday. They also have a nice selection of lightweight sweaters and some nice coffee tables you should check out. On Saturdays, we need a sturdy volunteer to help in the back and another volunteer to help sort clothes 12-3 or 3-6. Drop by Bread & Roses Thrift!

Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . .
– earplugs
– Short or ankle socks
– Sturdy summer sandals for both men and women
– Ibuprofen
– Jewelry beading art supplies, stretchy string and earring wires
– Teaching assistant for our Rental Readiness class
– Photographer to do a 4-6 week project with our shelter guests
Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way. Or email Debbie@hhshelter.org with questions.

There are two upcoming events for your calendar:
Next Wednesday, May 23, we are remembering Utah Phillips: 10 Years Gone and Going Strong. Join us at Utah’s Place and share a song, or story or a smile. Wednesday, May 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Utah’s Place, 1262 Sutton Way. If you can’t make it, send a story that can be shared with others to Debbie@hhshelter.org.

Also mark your calendars to join our homeless guests in a Community Cleanup Day on Thursday, May 31, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., hosted by Hospitality House. We will be picking up trash in Brunswick Basin and going out to several other camps and areas. Thanks to Waste Management for helping with a dumpster. Bring your gloves to Hospitality House, 1262 Sutton Way at 9 a.m. on May 31. See you there!

Weekly News – 5/11/18

May 11, 2018

After steady declines in homelessness from 2007 through 2014, the number of people without homes in California has now risen for three consecutive years. California is home to 21 of the 30 most expensive rental markets in the nation and the state does not have enough affordable housing stock to meet the demand of low-income households. The state’s 2.2 million extremely low-income and very low-income renter households compete for 664,000 affordable rental homes.

The affordable housing shortage is also reflected here in Nevada County, and can be even more of an issue for the 28% of Hospitality House guests that struggle with a physical disability.

Cathy began sheltering with us last December. She suffers from Multiple Sclerosis and is limited to walking with a 4-point walker. Her family (several in the area) were estranged from her. After seeing her struggle during the day, through the winter season of snow and rain, we coordinated with the Medical Social Workers at the local hospital to get her placed in the Westview Skilled Nursing Facility in Auburn for long term care. What a blessing for her overall comfort and safety.

On another note: Bread & Roses Thrift Store needs your quality donations as you do your spring cleaning. That’s just another way to help people struggling with homelessness. You can drop off donations behind Bread & Roses, Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5pm, which is right next to Big A Drive-In. They also have a cool marble-topped coffee table and a really nice couch you should check out.

Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . . 
– Sturdy summer sandals for both men and women
– Ibuprofen 
– Mens pants, sizes 30-36
– Art supplies, specifically canvases for acrylic painting and beading supplies
– Teaching assistant for our Rental Readiness class
– Photographer to do a 4-6 week project with our shelter guests
Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way. Or email Debbie@hhshelter.org with questions.

Thank you to Jerry Grant and his orchestra, Motoshi Kosaki, Tumble, Gary Regina, Sands Hall, Maggie McKaig, Randy McKean, Dick Mentzer and the other talented people who organized and performed in the jazz benefit for Hospitality House this last Wednesday night. We are so thankful for this wonderful community performance.

There are two upcoming events for your calendar:
On May 23, we are remembering Utah Phillips: 10 Years Gone and Going Strong. Join us at Utah’s Place and share a song, or story or a smile. Wednesday, May 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Utah’s Place, 1262 Sutton Way. If you can’t make it, send a story that can be shared with others to Debbie@hhshelter.org.

Also mark your calendars to join our homeless guests in a Community Cleanup Day on Thursday, May 31, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., hosted by Hospitality House. We will be picking up trash in Brunswick Basin and going out to several other camps and areas. Thanks to Waste Management for helping with a dumpster. Bring your gloves to Hospitality House, 1262 Sutton Way at 9 a.m. on May 31. See you there!

Remembering Utah Phillips

May 11, 2018

Weekly News – 05/04/18

May 4, 2018

Thank you to those of you who dropped off art supplies, deodorant and an iPad. Now I know you are out there listening   

And down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . . 
– More women’s deodorant please!
– Extra-large hoodie
– Photographer to do a 6-8 week project with our shelter guests
– Ibuprofen 
– Mens pants, sizes 30-36
– Fertilizer or compost for our garden beds out front. One of our case managers is leading the charge on getting those planted for fresh summer produce in the shelter. If you can bring fertilizer or compost or want to sponsor it, call 615.0852.
– Art supplies, specifically any size Mason jars with or without lids, paint cleaner and craft or elmers glue for a therapeutic art class. 
– Empty notebooks or composition books for a creative writing class
Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way.

Thank you to all you hard-working cooks who prepared dinner at the shelter this week: Telestream, St. Ptrick’s Church, Beverly’s Bible Study, Jazzercise class and Crossroads Church!

On another note: Bread & Roses Thrift Store is having their 50% sale tomorrow, Saturday, from noon until 6pm. We need your donations as you do your spring cleaning or downsize. That’s just another way to help people struggling with homelessness! You can drop off donations behind Bread & Roses Thrift, Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5pm and shop the 50% sale on Saturday!

And finally, you will hear about the NUJAZZ ALTERNATIVE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA show coming up next Wednesday, May 9, at the Nevada Theater. It is a benefit for Hospitality House. Get your tickets at the door or at BriarPatch for the May 9 show.

Weekly News – 4/27/18

April 27, 2018
I am Molly, the Housing Case Manger at Hospitality House, the only emergency homeless shelter in Nevada County with 54 beds for men, women and children.

One of the struggles our homeless guests have is being able to afford housing. In California, the statewide average fair market rent for a two-bedroom apartment is $1,386. To afford this level of rent and utilities — without paying more than 30 percent of its income on housing — a household must earn $4,619 monthly or $55,433 annually.

I work with our homeless guests on a Ready-to-Rent program, that helps equip participants with skills to re-enter the housing market. One of my students, we’ll call her Sharon, is sheltering as she escapes from a domestic violence situation. She has lived in an apartment once but was evicted because she had too much stuff. In the weekly Ready-to-Rent classes, she prepares a sheet that states what happened with the last living situation, what has changed, and what will happen going forward. She keeps exclaiming, “This is going to make such a difference!” since she was feeling totally overwhelmed with how to go about finding housing. She is also getting help on how to fill out rental applications.

Last week, the Hospitality House outreach case manager went up to North San Juan for his monthly visit. The town has a meal and giveaway for people struggling with homelessness in North San Juan and about 120 people showed up. Hospitality House is working with the county to find ways to better support people in North San Juan who are struggling with homelessness.

As you are doing your spring cleaning, bring Bread & Roses Thrift the spring and summer fashions from last year. You can drop off donations behind Bread & Roses, next to Sierra Cinemas, Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5pm. All sales at Bread & Roses Thrift benefit Hospitality House, so your quality donations help the shelter! And so do your purchases. There are new items put out every day. We received a poker table this week, have a new tool section and the sports wall is packed with gear for your summer adventures. Come in to Bread & Roses Thrift at the corner of East Main and Hughes.

This week we are so thankful to Mt. St. Mary’s School, St. Patrick’s Church, Mountain Stream Meditation, Peace Lutheran Church, Seventh Day Adventist Church and the Wolf Creek CoHousing team for bringing the ingredients and cooking up a wonderful dinners for 54 people this last week!

Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . . 
– deodorant 
– sturdy sandals
– lightweight blankets
– Mens pants, sizes 30-36
– Art supplies, specifically a set of new journals, and used canvases and acrylic paints and brushes for a therapeutic art class. 
Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way.

And finally, mark your calendars for a jazz concert on May 9, benefiting Hospitality House: Jerry Grant and the NUJAZZ ALTERNATIVE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA: blending rock, classical, jazz and electronic elements into an eclectic style. With Special Guests:
Motoshi Kosako – Harpist-Lyrical improvisation 
Tumble -African influenced trance jazz
Gary Regina – world jazz, multi-instrumentalist looper
Sands Hall – folk/ jazz/ Americana, singer/songwriter/actor/director/writer
with Maggie McKaig & Randy McKean
The Jerry Grant and the NUJAZZ ALTERNATIVE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA show is Wednesday, May 9, at the Nevada Theater, all benefiting Hospitality House. Get your tickets at BriarPatch!

Weekly News – 4/20/18

April 20, 2018

Over the last week, seven people have moved out of the shelter into another living situation: one woman, three men and a small family–father, mother and 18-month-old! We are especially thrilled for one gentleman who has been homeless for years. He suffers from mental illness with acute paranoia and extreme cancer treatment over the years has taken a toll on his internal organs, causing multiple health issues. Our case manager, Fred, worked on a plan with his local family, who are taking over his care. Many times Hospitality House stands in the gap between crisis and stability, providing a pathway so that, in the words of Utah Phillips, “No one falls through the cracks.” All of those formerly homeless guests will be invited to the monthly post-housing luncheon. The housing case manager hosted this post-housing luncheon last week to provide budgeting, social support and education for former guests out living on their own.

A special thank you to the students at Alta Sierra Elementary for doing a toilet paper drive for the shelter. The students collected over a hundred rolls of TP and hundreds of granola bars for Hospitality House.

On another note: Bread & Roses Thrift Store needs your costume jewelry donations! We are doing a jewelry drive, so as you are doing your spring cleaning, bring us the jewelry treasures that just aren’t YOU anymore. We also accept furniture, except mattresses and pillows. You can drop off donations behind Bread & Roses, Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5pm. All sales at Bread & Roses Thrift benefit Hospitality House, so your quality donations help the shelter! And so do your purchases. Come in to the store at the corner of East Main and Hughes, We have a great stock of lightweight sweaters and shirts, shoes and items to decorate your home. Bread & Roses Thrift is open Tuesday-Saturday from noon-6 p.m. On those Saturdays, we need volunteers at Bread & Roses Thrift. Grab a friend or teenage grandchild and help sort clothes on Saturday! Drop by or email sue@hhshelter.org

Every night of the week a different team prepares dinner for the guests at the shelter. If you have been wanting to serve with a group of friends or a club, we need a dinner group to cook the third Monday of the month. If you are interested in creating or joining a dinner group, please call 615.0852. This week we are so thankful to Twin Cities Church, Unity, the Nightcrawlers, Mary Liebke’s team plus Abundant Life Church and the Universal Unitarians for bringing the ingredients and cooking up a wonderful dinners for 54 people. As we move into spring and summer temperatures, the “overflow” dining room sleeping quarters are closed, bringing the total beds available back down to 54 from 69.

Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . . 
– Handwarmers for our street clients
– A used but working iPad 
– lightweight blankets
– Mens pants, sizes 30-36
– Art supplies, specifically a set of new journals, and used canvases and acrylic paints and brushes for a therapeutic art class. 
Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way.
Hospitality House is a community shelter and the county’s own Telestream high-tech company helps their own. They sponsored a whole week in March at Hospitality House, providing shelter and care during that rainy month. Thank you Telestream!

And finally, mark your calendars for a jazz concert on May 9, benefitting Hospitality House: Jerry Grant and the NUJAZZ ALTERNATIVE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA: blending rock, classical, jazz and electronic elements into an eclectic style. With Special Guests:
Motoshi Kosako – Harpist-Lyrical improvisation 
Tumble -,African influenced trance jazz
Gary Regina – world jazz, multi-instrumentalist looper
Sands Hall – folk/ jazz/ Americana, singer/songwriter/actor/director/writer
with Maggie McKaig & Randy McKean
The Jerry Grant and the NUJAZZ ALTERNATIVE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA show is May 9, at the Nevada Theater. Get your tickets at BriarPatch!

Weekly News – 4/13/18

April 13, 2018

You may remember that every January, the County of Nevada attempts to count the number of homeless people in Nevada County and invite them to access services. Various organizations counted their guests on the night of January 24th, 2018 – including Hospitality House, the Sierra Roots Warming Center, the Truckee Warming Center, and Booth Family Center. Included in the Count are: Unsheltered Homeless – people living outside, in cars, or other places not meant for human habitation and Sheltered Homeless – people living in emergency shelters, motels paid for by an agency and transitional housing for the homeless. Not included in the Count: those temporarily living with family or friends (doubled up or couch surfing), those living in permanent supportive housing or Rapid Rehousing, and those in institutions – such as jails, foster care, or hospitals. The 2018 Point In Time results demonstrated a 27% decrease as compared to 2017. Various factors can affect these results since they are performed on a single night – such as weather (this year the count was performed on a cold and snowy day), location of the event, etc. 35% have a serious mental illness and 24% are families experiencing homelessness.

One of those homeless guests is Richard. He has been a client of Hospitality House off and on since 2016. He has had great difficulty in maintaining employment, working as a day laborer usually. 
He suffers from depression and we helped connect him with Behavioral Health. He was a special education student most of his school years. More recently he did complete the Hospitality House culinary job training program and a Job Readiness Workshop at One Stop Career Center. Most importantly; I assisted him in filling out an application for the Alta Regional Center which will involve aptitude testing and career assessment that (hopefully) may lead to an “On the Job” training program.

On another note: Bread & Roses Thrift Store is now open! All sales benefit Hospitality House. Come in to the store at the corner of East Main and Hughes, We have a great stock of hats, spring skirts, dresses and items to decorate your home. The store is open Tuesday-Saturday from noon-6 p.m. Everything you donate is sorted and the clothing that is needed by our homeless guests is taken back to the shelter so that our homeless guests get it for free. If there are items they still need, our case managers write a FREE clothing voucher, and our homeless guests shop for FREE at Bread & Roses. So our homeless guests don’t pay for clothes they need—thanks to your donations! You can drop off donations to Bread & Roses Thrift, around the back of Sierra Cinemas, Tuesday-Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.

The patience, flexibility, and dedication of our wonderful Bread & Roses volunteers made the store remodel possible. You showed up every day to sort clothes, deconstruct and reconstruct. One particular gentleman worked many hours on construction projects, arriving 2-3 times per week to assist. Thank you Tom! More volunteers are needed to help keep the store looking beautiful. Reach out to Sue at 615.0805 or sue@hhshelter.org

Every night of the week a different team prepares dinner for the guests at the shelter. That really ends up being a cast of thousands of generous souls! This week we are so thankful to Trinity Church, Veritas Church, the Kitchen Kutups, Latter Day Saints, and Grass Valley Charter for bringing the ingredients and cooking up a wonderful dinners for 80 people. And thanks to BriarPatch, SPD and the local farmers that help out with discounts on ingredients for those dinner groups.

Last week many of you brought in deodorant and other items—thank you!

Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . . 
– Handwarmers for our street clients
– Shoelaces
– Backpacks, any size
– A used but working iPad 
– Towels
– Protein bars for lunches
– Art supplies, specifically used canvases and acrylic paints and brushes for a therapeutic art class
Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way.

And finally, mark your calendars for a album release concert on May 9, benefitting Hospitality House: Jerry Grant and the NUJAZZ ALTERNATIVE VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA: blending rock, classical, jazz and electronic elements into an eclectic style. With Special Guests:
Motoshi Kosako – Harpist-Lyrical improvisation 
Tumble -African influenced trance jazz
Featuring: Bill Douglass, Robert Heirendt, Sean Kerrigan, Randy McKean
Gary Regina – world jazz, multi-instrumentalist looper
Sands Hall – folk/ jazz/ Americana, singer/songwriter/actor/director/writer
with Maggie McKaig & Randy McKean
Show is May 9 at the Nevada Theater. Tickets at BriarPatch Food Co-op.

Weekly News – 4/6/18

April 6, 2018

With the nice weather this last week, the people sleeping in the dining room has dropped to around 10, down from 15, in addition to the 54 beds upstairs. The County of Nevada and City of Grass Valley funding has been crucial this winter and goes exclusively toward providing these extra beds in the dining room.

The Hospitality House case managers work with our guests on obstacles that seem insurmountable to them. In the last few weeks, Fred helped one of our guests get a birth certificate for her 18-month-old so that she could finish completing her taxes. He worked with another young man with learning disabilities to complete his application for the local Alta Regional Center job training program.

I am going to share the story of former guest Miner Matt, in his own words: “You are out in the woods and you are mining for gold and everything is happy and then the winter comes and you are starving and you can’t mine and I remember the days we had to sleep under the bridge in the rain and the snow, I was cold. I lived here long enough I remember the days nobody gave you a sandwich or nothing and they didn’t even realize there was a homeless problem and just hid in the woods. Little by little I came to Hospitality House and I was real leery with all the rules and everything but went in to get fed and get away from all the alcoholism out on the streets. This place had an ability to give a person an opportunity to quit drinking, to sober up, to get cleaned up, to get warmed up . . .” After nine months at the shelter, Miner Matt is 9 months sober and saved enough to mov into a house with roommates yesterday!

Drumroll, please. . . Bread & Roses Thrift Store is now open! Come in to the store at the corner of East Main and Hughes, next to Big A Drive-In and check out the clothes, jewelry and houseware we have been saving for you during the reorganization. And the other good news: Tomorrow is the 50% off sale! In fact, the first Saturday of every month is 50% off at Bread & Roses Thrift, which is open Tuesday-Saturday from noon-6 p.m. You can drop off donations to Bread & Roses Thrift, around the back of Sierra Cinemas, Tuesday-Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.

Every night of the week a different team prepares dinner for the guests at the shelter. That really ends up being a cast of thousands of generous souls! This week we are so thankful to the St. Patrick’s Parish, the Jazzercise group, Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, Crossroads Church and the Nevada County Cannabis Alliance for bringing the ingredients and cooking up a wonderful dinners for 80 people. And thanks to BriarPatch, SPD and the local farmers that help out with discounts on ingredients for those dinner groups.

Last week many of you brought in sheets and protein bars and other items after the show—thank you! Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter for THIS week . . . 
– Backpacks, any size
– Deodorant
– Mens pants, 32-40
– Mens belts
– Mens underwear
– Towels
– Blankets 
– Gas cards for those guests with vehicles, that need gas money to get to jobs or medical appointments
– Gift cards or movie cards that can be used for housing clients or as thank yous for to guests doing special chores
– Protein bars for lunches
– Art supplies

Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way.

In closing, I want to read an excerpt from on editorial written by Jeffrey Wanzer-Dupra on April 2: “When you work with people who bear their suffering for lack of walls and roofs to conceal it, you find, inevitably, that your own suffering, your own vulnerabilities, are in course so revealed. A human flame is clearly being burned between us. . . . If you have the courage to listen, we are being asked to do what we can, when we can do it. You can stand back at great distance and such words seem quite small. Or you can take a step, right up close, so close that you can feel the flame, and see how big they can be.”

2018 Homeless Point-in-Time Count Shows Decline

April 6, 2018

“The number of individuals experiencing homelessness in Nevada County decreased slightly in 2018 compared to the previous year, according to County results from the annual point-in-time count published today by the Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras (HRCS). HRCS is the lead agency in the region’s Homeless Continuum of Care, composed of numerous local government and nonprofit agency partners.

A total of 272 individuals experiencing homelessness were counted across the County, from Grass Valley to the Town of Truckee. The count, the first conducted since the Board of Supervisors established homelessness as one of its top priorities, surveyed both unsheltered and sheltered individuals and was conducted by volunteers and County staff on the night of January 24th, 2018. By comparison, 371 individuals experiencing homelessness were identified in the 2017 count.

Of the adults who responded to detailed survey questions, 44 percent were chronicallyhomeless. 35 percent reported having a serious mental illness, and 22 percent had a substance use disorder. Furthermore, 66 percent stay in Nevada County because they are originally from the area or want to be close to family, and 54 percent of survey respondents lived in Nevada County for five years or longer prior to becominghomeless.

Over the past year, Nevada County and community partners like Hospitality House, Community Beyond Violence, Sierra Roots, 211 Connecting Point, SPIRIT Center and Salvation Army have made great strides increasing housing opportunities and outcomes for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Other drivers of the decline include an increase in local case management services, lowering unemployment rates at 3.9 percent, an expansion of beds, and an increase in collaboration and communication between community partners.

It’s important to note that despite the decline, point-in-time counts are not a comprehensive measure of an area’s homeless population, but rather snapshots from a single day that can be used to approximate broad trends. Typically, they are viewed as undercounts for a community’s yearly overall homeless population because many people may move in and out of homelessness throughout the year.”

For more info go to: https://www.mynevadacounty.com/2495/2018-Point-In-Time-Count

Weekly News – 3/30/18

April 2, 2018

With the crazy weather over the weekend, more people have been seeking shelter than we have beds for, even with the 15 overflow beds in the dining room. We are thankful there was a warming shelter that opened last weekend on those cold nights.

This is a story from a gentleman currently staying at the shelter:
“I was married for 37 years to a wonderful woman; she was my wife and 35 of those years she was totally disabled. She died in August and at that point I lost her, I lost my house, I lost everything and it was hard for me to accept that at the time. I used to drive for Telecare. This was a bus service to pick up the elderly and the disabled and I also worked for IHSS In-Home Health Services taking care of my wife. Because of an accident I had to quite my job there and because of her death, I lost IHHS so I became homeless and I found this place was was the only option I could find and I came here and I was scared I had never been in a situation like this and it really bothered me to have to rely on the people because I was always the one in charge. I was always the one that could give, that could help, that could be there for people and when I found myself in that position of needing, it was hard for me. When I came to the point to where I had to accept the fact that and I needed help, I came to Hospitality House and like I said I was scared at first but I swallowed my fear and went through with it and I found that the people weren’t that different than anyone on the street, anyone that’s homeless, anyone that was in a house. People don’t understand how close they are to homelessness until they realize that if they’re on a tight budget that they’re one paycheck away from being homeless themselves and that’s a hard point for people to understand but they should. Hospitality House has brought me to a point where I am now applying for apartments. I am looking for help in all kinds of ways that I never would have before it’s giving me the strength to ask for help.”

Now down to the nitty gritty needs of the shelter . . . 
– Backpacks, any size
– Mens pants, 32-40
– Mens belts
– Socks
– Towels
– Twin flat sheets
– Blankets 
– Gas cards for those guests with vehicles, that need gas money to get to jobs or medical appointments
– Protein bars for lunches
– Art supplies

Drop off your donations at Utah’s Place, located in Brunswick Basin, past the DMV, at 1262 Sutton Way.

And to leave you with this quote from Charles Swindoll, “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.”

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