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EASTON When planning first began last year, the team who developed Talbot Interfaith Shelter hoped to provide an emergency overnight shelter, the county’s first, for the two coldest months of the winter.

But with the help of 417 volunteers from 12 congregations and the community at large, Talbot Interfaith Shelter did much more. Over a three-month period, TIS provided 272 bed nights to 12 guests, served 1,450 meals, and was the only shelter in the region to provide daytime shelter as well, offering a warm place to stay in the morning and afternoon.

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