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Salvation Army offers cooling stations to beat heat


WAXAHACHIE—The Salvation Army of Ellis County is committed to serving the needs of the citizens. Right now, as temperatures outside continue to top 100 degrees, they are helping those who may be struggling to handle the intense heat. The Salvation Army location in Waxahachie has established a cooling station, located at 620 Farley Street. It is a place where people can find a temporary reprieve from the sun and cool off before going about their day. The staff is offering free cold water, and the facilities have free box fans and cases of water to take home while supplies last. Salvation Army Lt. Robert Coriston, who oversees the Waxahachie location, shared the box fans are going fast. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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