The mayor and board of alderman in conjunction with the Sharkey County Emergency Management Agency and the American Red Cross announces the opening of the Rolling Fork Civic Center formerly the National Guard Armory as a place of emergency shelter for victims affected by Hurricane Ida.
For additional information contact: Mayor Eldridge J. Walker at 662-907-1910 or call City Hall at 662-873-2814
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