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Warming Centers Open Following Ice Storm

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(WLNS) - The Red Cross, local churches and schools have opened warming centers across mid-Michigan for those who lost power during the ice storm.

 

 - Trinity Church on Dunckel Road is a 24-hour shelter, but is also functioning as a warming center until 8p.m. daily.

 - The Bailey Center is acting as a 24-hour warming center

 - Calvery Luthern St. Joe Highway is acting as a 24-hour shelter

 - Gier Community Center is being used as a warming center during regular business hours from 8a.m. to 5p.m.

 - Foster Community Center is being used as a warming center during regular business hours from 8a.m. to 5p.m.

 - Trinity Methodist Church in Lapeer is open

 - Corunna High School in Corunna is on stand by

 - American Red Cross Chapter in Flint is open

The Red Cross asks people to bring clothing, hygiene needs and medication. They also ask people to not bring alcohol, drugs, fire arms and pets to the centers.

 If you plan on going to a center and have a pet you're worried about, contact Ingham County Animal Control at (517) 676-8370.

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