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Framingham shelters provide homeless children a chance to play

Framingham shelters provide homeless children a chance to play

Inside a small room, children were busy at play. Some were scribbling and doodling away at an arts and crafts table, reaching over each other for a new crayon. Others sat quietly, paging through books and gazing at illustrations.

Casey Zink, the playspace program director for Horizons for Homeless Children, said the room is filling a crucial gap in the lives of homeless children.

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