CHATTANOOGA — It's a good idea to keep warm by bundling up, not going outside and make sure the hot chocolate keeps on coming.
That's what the Community Kitchen is trying to do for people needing help during the cold.
They had 126 people bunk down here Tuesday night, but that number is expected to grow as the temperature drops.
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