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Bedford MacDonald House

   bedford.jpg                           Pastor Scott MacIsaac

P.E.I.'s only homeless shelter for men has reopened. The provincial government provided an early Christmas gift to Bedford MacDonald House. A one-time donation of 20-thousand dollars to help reopen the shelter since closing in June. And a group of volunteers from several local churches gathered donations, cleaned and decorated. Karen Mair stopped by to speak with one of those volunteers Pastor Scott MacIsaac.

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