The following article was written by Eagle Staff Writer Eric Jankiewicz and published in the Cranberry Eagle on November 26, 2019.
With Butler County’s only house for homeless women veterans up and running, the four inhabitants have wasted no time in making the place their home and decorating it for the holidays.
“Robin’s Home is a godsend,” said Loretta Jones-Smith, a 60-year-old veteran and one of four residents of the house. “I say that because there’s no place for women veterans. This place is like a home. It is a home. It’s a beautiful thing. I love it.”