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  • Red Cross moves shelter to Civic Center as more evacuees expected to arrive

    A shelter to house evacuees from Hurricane Irma has been moved from Frank D. Chester Recreation Center to the Columbus Civic Center as the Red Cross looks at receiving far more people needing temporary housing than previously expected.

A shelter to house evacuees from Hurricane Irma has been moved from Frank D. Chester Recreation Center to the Columbus Civic Center as the Red Cross looks at receiving far more people needing temporary housing than previously expected. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
A shelter to house evacuees from Hurricane Irma has been moved from Frank D. Chester Recreation Center to the Columbus Civic Center as the Red Cross looks at receiving far more people needing temporary housing than previously expected. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

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