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We are ONE CommUNITY Event This Friday!

posted 6 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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We are ONE CommUNITY Event Hosted by Lee Academy

Benefiting flood victims in our community Friday, April 1, 2016 3:00-6:00 pm – Civic Auditorium Disbursement of donated items to registered flood victims

6:00-9:00 pm – Cutrer Lawn•109 Clark Street Free Dinner and music for affected families, community service providers and…

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There is work to be done

posted 6 months ago by vickim from Residents of Clarksdale
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There are about thirty work orders ready to be started on Monday. Pick up at the volunteer center at CCHED next to Cutrer

FEMA

posted 6 months ago by vickim from Residents of Clarksdale
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PEARL – Residents and business owners in Bolivar, Coahoma and Washington counties are now eligible for disaster assistance following the historic March floods. Additional counties could be added pending further damage assessments.

Gov. Phil Bryant requested the declaration from President Obama on Wednesday, and the request was supported by Mississippi’s…

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Donation Center Open Today from 1-3pm

posted 6 months ago by stacil from Residents of Clarksdale
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Donation Center is open again today from 1pm to 3pm at the Civic Auditorium located in the South Annex. Address is 506 E. 2nd St downtown Clarksdale. We are working on an accurate list of needs but know people have already starting collecting things. With the clean up effort under…

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Free Tetanus Shots Available at the Expo Center

posted 6 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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Free Tetanus Shots Available at the Expo Center today at 3pm until they run out for anyone that has been in the flood waters.

Volunteer Receiving Center

posted 7 months ago by vickim from Residents of Clarksdale
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The Volunteer Receiving Center for Coahoma County and Quitman County flood recovery will be ready to individual volunteers and volunteer groups Saturday morning at 9:00 AM in the Coahoma County Higher Education Center next door to the Cutrer Mansion. When you park, follow the signs to the back building downstairs.…

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Auto Advice and Quotes for Affected Vehicles

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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Simpson Auto Service is offering free advice and quotes:

"Did your vehicle get mechanically damaged due to the recent flooding? Call us or come by for free advice and quotes. 662-902-1649. 925 Desoto Avenue. To prevent further damage, DO NOT TRY TO CRANK THE VEHICLE!!!"

FREE Tetanus/Hep B Shots at Fire Station

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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Free Tetanus and Hepatitus B Shots Available for anyone that has been in the water being given at the Fire Station by Fred's at 10 am this morning! Go by and get them!

Updated MEMA Flood Assessment Information

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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FEMA individual assistance damage assessment teams will arrive in Mississippi Thursday morning. Joint preliminary damage assessments with FEMA, SBA, MEMA and local officials will begin Friday in Coahoma and Washington counties. Additional counties will be assessed as water recedes and areas become accessible. The results of the joint damage assessments…

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Update on shelter! It's gone to the EXPO

posted 7 months ago by vickim from Residents of Clarksdale
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Clarksdale residents the shelter has moved to the EXPO. They have places to sleep, food, shower facilities. The Red Cross is running it. Please take advantage of this if your home is flooded.

Important Information As You Return to Your Homes

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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From the Public Information Office at MEMA:

Important Info as the Flood Waters Recede and people start entering their homes -

  • DOCUMENT EVERYTHING as thoroughly as possible will LOTS of photos
  • It is okay to "Muck Out" houses, but DO NOT REBUILD anything until property damage can be assessed by…
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Items Available at Saint James Church of God in Christ

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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Saint James Church of God in Christ Outreach Mission Dept., 397 Sunflower, Clarksdale, MS, is giving away the following: free food, clothes, blankets, sheets/bedding & toiletries on M, W, F from 8am-12pm.

Goods Available at Coahoma Opportunities

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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Coahoma Opportunities Inc. has kids' shoes and clothes, towels, toiletries and other household items for flood victims available at their office at 115 Issaquena Ave. Flood victims can come pick up items they need at the office.

Amendment to Process on Federal Aid

posted 7 months ago by chris.campos from Residents of Clarksdale
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Right now, we know that initial damage assessment is being done in the area by local emergency management and Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Joint Damage Assessment will be done once the waters recede and properties can be more closely assessed. Joint Damage Assessment will be done by local, state…

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