Stafford Nichols beds down for the night on a pool recliner inside a homeless “warming center” at the pool-house at Southside Park on Tuesday night, December 27, 2016. The warming center is scheduled to close the first week on January 2017.
Stafford Nichols beds down for the night on a pool recliner inside a homeless “warming center” at the pool-house at Southside Park on Tuesday night, December 27, 2016. The warming center is scheduled to close the first week on January 2017. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Stafford Nichols beds down for the night on a pool recliner inside a homeless “warming center” at the pool-house at Southside Park on Tuesday night, December 27, 2016. The warming center is scheduled to close the first week on January 2017. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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