Shelters Remain Open Across Northeast Oklahoma
Wednesday, December 12th 2007, 12:31 pm
By: News On 6
The Red Cross and a number of northeastern Oklahoma communities have shelters open for those who need a place to go.
- Bixby-New Beginnings, 4104 E. 151st Street
- Bristow-First Baptist, 266 E. Sixth Avenue
- Broken Arrow- Arrow Heights Baptist Church, 3201 S. Elm Place
- Claremore-First United Methodist, 1615 N. Hwy. 88
- Collinsville-First Baptist Church, 1301 W. Main
- Commerce-Southeast Baptist Church, 1030 E. B Street
- Coweta- First Assembly of God, 29707 East State Highway 51
- Cushing- Middle School, 410 East Oak
- Drumright-First Baptist, 229 S. Ohio Avenue
- Jennings- First Baptist, 500 N. Main Street
- Jennings- Fire Station, 4th and Oak
- Ketchum- Methodist Church, 206 Amarillo Drive.
- Mannford- Community Activity Center, 100 Cimarron Avenue
- Miami-Assembly of God, 1815 Steve Owens Boulevard.
- Nowata-Nowata Fire Station
- Oilton- Free Will Baptist Church, 2 miles West of Paden.
- Owasso-Freedom Church, 96th St. North and 177th E. Avenue
- Picher-100 Deville Creek
- Pryor-Community Center, 6 N. Adair
- Rolling Hills-Community Center, 20 South 200 E. Avenue
- Sand Springs-Plaza Community Center, 420 Plaza Court and Angus Church, 4401 S. 129th W. Avenue
- Sapulpa-First Presbyterian, 111 S. Oak and Church of God, 1011 E. Hastain.
- Skiatook-First Baptist Church, 940 West Oak .
- Tulsa-Lutheran Church of The Good Shepherd, 8730 E. Skelly Drive
- Tulsa-First Baptist Church, 3rd and Cincinnati
For more information, contact your local police department or the American Red Cross at 918-831-1100.