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Warming Stations Available for Residents In Need

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Here is a list of warming stations that will be open in a number of counties around North Central West Virginia.

Lewis County:

The Real Life Church, 385 Mid Avenue in Weston.  Residents can call (304) 269-8241.

Marion County:

Baxter Fire Department, 2741 Paw Paw Creek Road in Baxter.  Residents can call (304)-278-9779.

Worthington Volunteer Fire Department, Meadowridge Road in Worthington.  Residents can call (304) 287-2845

Upshur County:

The First Presbyterian Church in Buckhannon, Route 20 just south of Main Street will be opening its doors this afternoon.  For more information, contact the church at (304)-472-3151.

Monongalia County:

Woodburn Elementary School, opens Jan. 6 at 5 p.m. until 12 p.m. Jan. 8. Warm drinks, limited snacks, and a place to rest will be available. Call (304)-598-0301 for more information.
  
Preston County:
 
Kingwood Volunteer Fire Department,  115 Brown Avenue, 2 p.m. Monday until 2 p.m. Tuesday. This is a warming station only. No meals will be served. Call (304) 329-1855 for information.

Randolph County:

Elkins Fire Department, 216 4th Street in Elkins.  Call (304) 636-0678 for information.
 
Leading Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Kerens, WV.  Call (304) 636-7414 for more information.
 
Other shelters may be opened in the event of power outages.  Doddridge, Harrison, Gilmer, Taylor, and Barbour counties said that they will open up shelters if they are needed, but have not announced any open at this time.