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July 17, 2013MO |  By: Liggett

Fans for those in Need

The Salvation Army and Kansas City Power and Light are teaming up to help Northwest Missouri residents beat the heat this summer by distributing electric fans to those in need.

According to North District Community Affairs Manager at KCP&L Dan Hegeman the Extreme Heat Relief Program has already served many of people in the North District.

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Hegeman says KCP&L has made distributing electric fans to those in need an annual program.

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The KCP&L Extreme Heat program is being coordinated by the Salvation Army through a donation from KCP&L. Additional distribution sites and times will be announced as the need arises during the summer. For more information contact the Director of Community Relations at the Salvation Army, Amanda Waters at 816-968-0373.