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Red Cross to host disaster team training

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - The South Central Mississippi Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to take part in a few days of disaster training next week. Staff members in Hattiesburg are hoping lots of new and returning volunteers will take part in the training at Parkway Heights United Methodist Church.

Nine different classes will be offered next Thursday, Friday and Saturday free-of-charge. When certified, the volunteers will help provide immediate, emergency assistance to victims of disasters.

If you want sign up, call 601-582-8151 or log on to www.redcross-scms.org.

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