Thursday, June 11, 2009

Red Cross Opens Shelter For Flooding Victims

The City of Dallas has requested that the Red Cross open a shelter/evacuation site for individuals affected by flooding. The shelter will be at the Jaycee Zaragoza Recreation Center, 3114 Clymer, Dallas, TX 75212.

A team of volunteers has gathered the necessary supplies and is heading to the location. We should be on the ground and operating by 2:00p.m.
Before heading out to help prepare the shelter, Will Williams, volunteer, gets a quick update from Anita Foster, public information officer.

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