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July 10, 2014

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+ Thursday, July 10, 2014 -Mason County Journal- Page A-7 5a/a will mark opening of compound By GORDON WEEKS gordon@masoncounty, com The opening of the new Mason County Shelter is scheduled to be celebrated celebrated with a gala at 11 a.m. today at the shelter at 71 Sargison Loop in Shelton. The two-story homeless shelter for low-income peo- ple will provide seven studio units. Next door, The Shel- ton View Apartments fea- ture four one-bedroom apart- ments, and four with two bed- rooms. At today's event, Anna's Bay Chorale will stage a mu- sical performance combining singers from nine groups: the chorale, the Harstine Island Community Choir, Shelton United Methodist Church, Faith Lutheran Church, St. David of Wales Episcopal Church, St. Edward Catho- lic Church, New Community Church of Union, North Ma- son United Methodist Church and Women of Note Chorale Ensemble. Funding for the project in- cludes almost $3 million from the Washington State Hous- ing Trust Fund, $875,000 from the city of Shelton through a state Department of Commerce Community De- velopment Block Grant, and The new Mason County Shelter will include the Shelton View Apartments, and four with two bedrooms. A two-story homeless shelter, which is next part of the shelter complex. Journal photo by Gordon Weeks which feature four one-bedroom apartments, door to the Shelton View Apartments, is also $440,000 from the Mason utive director of the shelter, will be on the sign out front: cy, whereas it is a private, County Housing Coalition. The first residents will sign Crossroads Housing, Nielsennonprofit organization, she Construction is expected leases in August, she said.said. The name Mason Coun- said. to be completed by the end of The organization has a ty Shelter leads some people The group's new website is July, said Deb Nielsen, exec- new, unofficial name that to believe it is a county agen- crossroads-housing.net. ALL THIS MONTH JULY 1st-JULY 31st (closed 'F I HEARING = CHECK-UP = TRY A FREE IN-OFFICE DEMONSTRATION or ou. LATEST TECHNOLOGY i s130 Va ue Oor standard battery of electronic hearing | based oe Audiometdc screenings check both your hearing, and I CPT Codes more importantly, your understanding, I ~ ~ y~.~ ~r ~l~ Our hearing screenings are always FREE. L .., ,,, ,,, ,, ,, ,,, ,,, .,, ,,, ,, .., .., .. J July 4th) LOCATIONS NEAR YOU No Interest Plans Available OAC. Accepts most insurance, Labor and Industries Federal and most Self Insured. CALL TOLL FREE 888-948-1588 Ber~lits of hearing ~nstr~ments vary by type and degree of Io&~ ~-yOu~ A~ Hea~ing C=re ~ro~de~ .................... , m ttearing Care Centers Hear Your Absolute Best.' ..... ~ 2014 HHM, Ino 3.~3