Every year since 2014, the Astoria Warming Center has opened its doors to people who are homeless when the temperature drops below 37 degrees or when more than one-third of an inch of rain falls. The center is located on the bottom floor of the First United Methodist Church.

Hailey Hoffman is a visual journalist for The Astorian. Contact her at 971-704-1725 or hhoffman@dailyastorian.com

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