Mission serves to offer hope A tour of the Roseburg Rescue Mission revealed that it truly offers “a beacon of hope” in our community. According to the mission’s executive director, Lynn Antis, the men’s and women’s facilities serve approximately 275 meals per day and have never turned anyone away due to a lack of accommodations. This feat is quite impressive, considering the mission operates solely on private donations. Surprisingly clean and orderly facilities provide three meals, shelter, showers, and beds daily to all who are willing to conduct themselves reasonably. Each facility, much like many homes across America, has rules …
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