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American Red Cross announces change of location for Lee County resource centers

LEE COUNTY, Ala (WRBL) - The American Red Cross wants you to know about two multi-agency resource centers (MARCs) opening in Lee County.

One of the centers opens in Smiths Station at the old Dollar General, 16541 Highway 280.  That center opens beginning at 10 am/E on Thursday, March 14.  Its hours of operations will be 10 am/E- 7 pm/E on Monday- Saturdays.  On Sundays, the center will be open 1 pm/E- 5pm/E.

In Opelika, a new center opens Thursday, March 14, at 12 pm/C at the BF Goodrich (Uniroyal), 1800 Crawford Road.  Its hours of operations will be 10 am/C – 7 pm/C Monday- Saturday.  On Sundays, the center will be open 1 pm/C – 5 pm/C.

The two existing centers in Smiths Station and Opelika close at the end of the day on Thursday, March 14, replaced by the new locations mentioned above.   


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