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Red Cross opens shelter at DeRidder VFW Hall

Beauregard Daily News

851 days ago   Article ID# 1514177
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DERIDDER, LOUISIANA (Beauregard Daily News) - Collaborating with parish officials, the American Red Cross is opening a Beauregard Parish shelter for residents displaced by this week's storms.

The Red Cross shelter is currently open in DeRidder at the VFW Hall, located at 1115 on Highway 27.

Dozens of volunteers have been assisting throughout the last two days to meet the needs of affected residents throughout Louisiana.

Those who plan to stay at the shelter should bring their prescription and emergency medication, extra clothing, pillows, blankets, hygiene supplies and other comfort items.

Additionally, special items for children and infants, such as diapers, formula and toys, should be brought, along with items for family members who are elderly or disabled.

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Updated 851 days ago   Article ID# 1514177

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