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Multi Agency Resource Center to meet Thursday to assist Lower Valley flooding victims

Chuck Biedka
| Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 6:27 p.m.

One stop assistance is the goal of a Thursday meeting for Lower Valley residents impacted by last week’s flooding.

A Multi Agency Resource Center meeting will be held from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m in the Millvale Community Center.

Numerous agencies will have representatives there including United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, American Red Cross, and the Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services of Western Pennsylvania.

Staff from two Allegheny County agencies will be there: Human Services and Emergency Services.

Also attending will be representatives of the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Rebuild, and the United Methodist Committee on Relief .

An appointment isn’t needed.

The community center is at 416 Lincoln Ave.

Tetanus shots available

In addition, free tetanus shots will be given to flood victims, first responders and volunteers in Sharpsburg, Millvale, Aspinwall, O‘Hara and Fox Chapel.

The shots will be given from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at Roots of Faith, 800 Main St., Sharpsburg. The UPMC St. Margaret Hospital is sponsoring the service. No appointment is necessary.

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