Thursday, July 23, 2009

Why Claremont is so cool

It's tough. You want to keep your home habitable, but if you're at home during the middle of the day, and you're in the middle of a heat wave, it's tough. You turn the air on and you have to auction off your firstborn to pay the electric bill. Or you leave the air off and swelter.

In Claremont, there is another alternative:

If you need to get away from the hot temperatures we are facing, and even hotter ones in the next several weeks, you are in luck! Claremont's Human Services Department is setting up cooling centers immediately. Heck, they will even extend the service for a couple of hours longer if the temps exceed 100 for 2 days!

This is available at several locations:

* Hughes Community Center 1700 Danbury Road
* Joslyn Center, 660 North Mountain Avenue
* Blaisdell Center, 440 South College Avenue
* Claremont Library, 208 Harvard Avenue
* Youth Activity Center (YAC), 1717 North Indian Hill Blvd.
* Tracks Activity Center (TAC), El Roble 665 North Mountain Avenue
* Wading Pools (Memorial Park, Wheeler Park, El Barrio Park)

More info here at Original Skrip.

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