Cooling Stations Provided for the Public

Cooling Stations Provided for the Public

There are 2 comments on the ISurfHopkins story from Aug 4, 2010, titled Cooling Stations Provided for the Public. In it, ISurfHopkins reports that:

HOPKINS COUNTY, KY With temperatures anticipated near the 100 degree range, the Mid-West Kentucky Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Hopkins County EMA will be providing "cooling stations" to help the public cope with the upcoming heat wave.

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Morgantown, KY

#1 Aug 5, 2010
Open from 10 to 4.

Around the hotest part of the day.

And where is The Salvaiton Army?

Don't we toss change in that little red kettle for this sort of thing?

Cadiz, KY

#2 Dec 8, 2012
We need to stay cool, we need to go to school, we need to slap a fool, we need to weave some wool, we need a thread spool, we need a government program...

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