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List Of Shelters/Cooling Centers For Wildfire Evacuees

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Here's a list of shelters and cooling stations open for those affected by the wildfires. This list will be updated as needed.

Red Cross shelters:

Cushing Senior Center
203 E. Cherry

Sand Springs United Methodist Church Family Life Center
101 W. 38th St.

Pawnee First United Methodist Church
800 6th Street

Cooling Stations opened by Creek Nation:

Tulsa Indian Community Center
8611 South Union 

Sapulpa Indian Community Center
1020 N. Brown

Soft drinks, air conditioning and lounging areas will be provided as respite if needed at the community centers. 

First Assembly in Yale, OK

The Dennis R. Neill Equality Center
621 E. 4th St. Tulsa
Accepting evacuees and pets

Tulsa SPCA
2910 Mohawk Boulevard
Offering to take in animals of evacuated families.
Crews will be at the facility accepting animals from 8am-12pm Sunday
Looking for places to house livestock

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