of weather over northwest Ohio
is creating a crisis for
ommunity Center opened their door weeks ago to give the homeless a warm place to go when temperatures dropped into the single digits and sub-zero territory.
aul's has seen a steady flow of men and women seeking shelter. But those people also use the hats, socks, gloves, pillows, blankets, food and other items available.
the community center is seeing it's supplies running low, "it's a constant in and out. we get some, and then we're giving them out to the public. so it's definitely used," explains Christy Snyder with St. Paul's Community Center.
aul's says they will keep their doors open for anyone who needs shelter all day this weekend.