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Shelters remain open for storm victims in southwest Oklahoma

Oklahoman Modified: February 3, 2010 at 12:59 am •  Published: February 3, 2010

Lawton: Comanche Tribe Elder Center, 1107 SW H Ave

Lawton: Comanche Nation College, 1608 SW 9th

Lawton: Cameron Baptist Church, 2621 SW C Ave.

Lawton: Hunting Horse Methodist, SW 25th & E

Lindsay: Calvary Baptist Church, 5th and Chickasaw

Mangum: Church of New Beginnings, 408 North Tittle Ave.

Marlow: First Baptist Church of Marlow, 213 North Broadway

Medicine Park: Community Center

Roosevelt: First Baptist Church,132 Frederick

Rush Springs: Fire Department, 110 N. 3rd Street

Snyder: First Baptist Church, 729 E Street

Tipton: First Baptist Church, 300 East Davis Ave

Watonga: Watonga Cheyenne-Arapaho Community Center

Warming Centers

Anadarko: First Baptist Church, 700 Petree

Blanchard: Telephone Building, 101 E Veteran's Memorial Hwy

El Dorado: El Dorado Community Center, 514 W. Main

Hobart: First United Methodist, 201 S. Washington

McAlester: Salvation Army Office, 400 N. A Street

Feeding Centers

Fletcher: American Legion Building, Selby & Tenneppee


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