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Father Joe's offers homeless shelter from the cold

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Father Joe's Villages made more room for the homeless Friday night because of inclement weather.

The facility at 1501 Imperial Ave. offered a meal and overnight stay, according to the nonprofit organization. The extra help is partially funded by the San Diego Housing Commission.

Father Joe's officials said check-in began at 4 p.m., and guests were required to leave at 5 a.m. Saturday.

While the rain was expected to taper off Friday night, low temperatures were expected to plunge into the 40s.

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