After the Storm

Contact United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley by calling 211 to let them know of any needs to have if you are affected by the storms.

Shelters

Smiths Station Volunteer Fire Department

50 Lee Road #430 Smiths Station, AL

Smiths Station Volunteer Fire Department

Providence Baptist Church

2807 Lee County Road 166 Opelika, AL

Providence Church: feeding first responders, tornado victims and volunteers plus cots for displaced families.

Greene Hill on Auburn University

1130 Wire Road Auburn, AL

Draughn Library on Auburn University’s Campus

231 Mell Street Auburn, AL

School Closures:

Lee County: Will re-open 3/12

UPDATE: After meeting with EMA officials, the decision has been made for all Lee County Schools to remain closed for students until Tuesday, March 12. All staff shall return to work Monday, March 11. Information related to the teacher workday now scheduled for Monday will be disseminated by Wednesday evening. Teachers and staff are encouraged to check email for further details.

All school administrators, all central office staff, all 12-month employees, and 11 or 12 month custodians should be reporting to work now.

For Assistance:

In Lee County, for missing persons or disaster relief, visit Lee County Emergency Management Services

In Talbot County, here are the Talbot County emergency management contacts

In Russell County, visit the Alabama Emergency Management Agency for Russell County for contacts

In Harris County, visit the Harris County Sheriff's Office for contacts

In Columbus, visit the Muscogee County Sheriff's Office for contacts

How to Help:

United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley

Red Cross of West Central Georgia

Valley Rescue Mission

For more information or to update this list email Wes@newsradio540.com

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