There has been a lot of activity recently at the former gas station garage at the junction of Beaumont Avenue and Oak Street in Greenville.
The Lost and Found program is now in that building.
Chris Harnetiaux, director of the faith-based program, said anybody, male or female, is welcome to come.
He said the group is made up of people of all ages and backgrounds. He said when he’s speaking to the group he often stops to tell them, “Only God puts this group together.”
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Lost and Found is intended to be a small program designed to help people in the community, according to Harnetiaux.
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Lost and Found has been in existence for several years, but has gotten a boost by moving to its new location. Harnetiaux said he’s had a dream for a while to open what is called a “sober bar”, a place where people can, “hang out, belong, shoot a game of pool, play a game of cards,” without drugs or alcohol present.
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The center is open Sundays with dinner at 5:30 p.m. followed by a church service and Tuesdays for a recovery group session from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Social time is provided after the Sunday and Tuesday programs and Fridays from 7 to 11.