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Pittsburgh to provide cooling stations for seniors in Greenfield, Homewood, Sheraden, South Side

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Saturday, July 13, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The city's Healthy Active Living Centers in Greenfield, Homewood, Sheraden and the South Side will be open Sunday and Monday to provide seniors with cooling stations

Temperatures those days are expected to hit 90 degrees. Refreshments and activities will be provided to residents ages 60 or older.

The cooling centers are activated when “real feel” temperatures reach 90 degrees or more, as reported by the National Weather Service.

Hours of operation Sunday will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Monday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

More information is available from Citiparks at 412-422-6405 or from these centers:

Greenfield Healthy Active Living Center, 745 Greenfield Ave., 412-422-6551.

Homewood Healthy Active Living Center, 7321 Frankstown Ave., 412-244-4190.

Market House, South Side Healthy Active Living Center, 12th and Bingham Streets, 412-488-8404.

Sheraden Healthy Active Living Center, 720 Sherwood Ave., 412-777-5012.

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