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As temperatures soared around 90 degrees over the weekend, the need for cooling in homes of those less fortunate is on the rise.
North Hardin HOPE and Helping Hand Executive Director David Dozer said there is a need of close to 100 fans or air conditioning wall units for his agency to help alleviate the summer heat and humidity.
“Really for very young children and the elderly, there is a need to have a flow of cooler air,’’ Dozer said. “A lot of senior citizens have breathing problems and they just need some extra cooling.’’
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