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    Tim Smiley laughs Monday with Melissa McEntee, executive director of Rumford Group Homes. Smiley and his wife, Audrey, far left, moved into the Leeds shelter a week ago. A child from another family plays in the center.

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    Rumford Family Homes Executive Director Melissa McEntee, right, calls to one of the therapy dogs living in the Nancy Boggan Murphy Family Center in Leeds. Tim Smiley, center, and his wife, Audrey, left, moved into the shelter one week ago with their teenage daughter. The family has been having a difficult time finding housing since they suffered a house fire two years ago. A child of another shelter guest plays with the dogs.

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    Michelle Worthley, director of homeless services at the Nancy Boggan Murphy Family Center in Leeds, stands Monday in the newly finished common kitchen, which is available for all residents to use.

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    Tim Smiley steps out of his daughter's room Monday at the Nancy Boggan Murphy Family Center in Leeds with his two therapy dogs, Spot and Fluffy. Smiley's family has been at the family shelter for about one week.

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    Audrey Smiley sits Monday in the common living room of the Nancy Boggan Murphy Family Center in Leeds. A child also residing in the facility plays with Spot, one of Smiley's family therapy dogs. Smiley says she found everyone so easy to talk to at the shelter and is grateful to have her family with her.

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    Tim and Audrey Smiley sit in the common living room Monday at the Nancy Boggan Murphy Family Center in Leeds. The family has been living in the shelter, the only one in Androscoggin that is specifically aimed at supporting families, for about a week.

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