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Salvation Army Opens Cooling Stations Friday

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    Salvation Army Opens Cooling Stations Friday
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    In the midst of a Heat Advisory, the Salvation Army will open several cooling stations beginning Friday morning.

    Thirteen cooling stations have been set up around North Texas in Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, Collin and Ellis counties.

    According to its website, the Salvation Army said the stations are a cool place to stay during the hot hours of the day.

    Ice-cold water will be on hand to help people keep cool and there will also be tips on how to stay cool now that the Texas heat has kicked in for the summer.

    The organization said its two emergency homeless shelters in Dallas and Fort Worth see the highest among of people in need. These shelters will be open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. They're located at:

    The Salvation Army Homeless Shelter
    5302 Harry Hines Boulevard
    Dallas, Texas

    The Salvation Army Homeless Shelter
    1855 E. Lancaster Avenue
    Fort Worth, Texas

    Cooling stations will also be available at 11 other Salvation Army community centers from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays only.

    Cedar Crest (East Oak Cliff)
    1007 Hutchins Road
    Dallas, TX  75203

    Denton
    1508 East McKinney Street
    Denton, TX  76201

    Irving
    250 East Grauwyler Road
    Irving, TX  75061

    McKinney
    600 Wilson Creek Pkwy
    McKinney, TX  75069

    Arlington
    712 W. Abram Street
    Arlington, TX  76013

    Oak Cliff
    1617 W. Jefferson Blvd
    Dallas, TX  75208

    Garland
    451 W. Ave D
    Garland, TX   75040

    Lewisville
    207 Elm Street
    Lewisville, TX  75067

    Plano
    3528 E. 14th Street
    Plano, TX  75074

    Northside Corps (N. Fort Worth)
    3023 NW 24th St
    Fort Worth, TX 7610

    The Salvation Army, Ellis County
    620 Farley St.
    Waxahachie, TX 75165

    To help fund The Salvation Army and their cooling stations, click here.