In response to Saturday's severe weather, the American Red Cross of the Quad Cities Area is ensuring that the immediate needs of disaster victims are being met.

A warming center continues to remain open at the Davenport YMCA, 2nd & Gaines Sts, Davenport, IA.

A shelter is currently open at the Cambridge Fire Dept, 417 E Court St, Cambridge, IL

A warming center opened today (Feb 26) at Noon at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 1001 - 9th St, Orion, IL.

A warming center is open at Bethel Baptist Church, 27308 - 108th Ave N, Port Byron, IL.

A warming center is open at the Aledo VFW, 106 SW 3rd Ave, Aledo, IL.

A warming center is open at the Sherrard Fire Dept, Sherrard, IL.

The Red Cross is providing 50 cots for Arrowhead Ranch, which is currently still without power.

A warming center is open at the Letts Fire Dept, Letts, IA.

A warming center is open at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 14041 Locust St, Wapello, IA.

A warming center is open at the United Methodist Church, Columbus Jct, IA.

A warming center is open at MCSA, 312 - 1st Ave, Muscatine, IA.

Residents of Wilton, IA, are encouraged to contact City Hall (563-732-2115) if they are in need.

A warming center is open at the Reynolds United Methodist Church, W. Edgington St, Reynolds, IL.


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