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Richmond County Cooling Centers:

Carrie J. Mays Center -1014 11th Ave. - 706-821-2827

Bernie Ward Center - 1941 Lumpkin Road. - 706-790-0588

Blythe Center - 3129 Georgia Highway 88, Blythe - 706-592-4988

Henry H. Brigham Center - 2463 Golden Camp Road. - 706-771-2654

May Park - 622 4th Street - 706-724-0504

McBean Center - 1155 Hephzibah/McBean Road, Hephzibah - 706-560-2628

Sand Hills Center - 2540 Wheeler Road. - 706-842-1912

W. T. Johnson Center -1606 Hunter St. - 706-821-2866

Warren Road Center - 300 Warren Road. - 706-860-2833

Diamond Lakes Regional Park- 4345 Windsor Spring Road- 706-771-2980

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