Pictured are members of the Knights of Columbus on Feb. 18 taking down the sign at the Room at the Inn of the Lowcountry in Bluffton -- a haven for homeless, pregnant teenagers -- which closed due to financial problems.
Pictured are members of the Knights of Columbus on Feb. 18 taking down the sign at the Room at the Inn of the Lowcountry in Bluffton -- a haven for homeless, pregnant teenagers -- which closed due to financial problems. Harry Walker
Pictured are members of the Knights of Columbus on Feb. 18 taking down the sign at the Room at the Inn of the Lowcountry in Bluffton -- a haven for homeless, pregnant teenagers -- which closed due to financial problems. Harry Walker

Bluffton shelter for pregnant and homeless teens closes

March 13, 2013 10:21 PM

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