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Where To Get Supplies From FEMA

If you need ice or MREs you're probably not checking a blog, but in case a friend or relative out of the area is checking and can pass on the info, here's the official list of PODs -- the "places of Distribution" where you can wait on line for an ungodly amount of time to pick up some necessities:

The following locations are Points of Distribution (POD's) supplying ice, water and meals (MRE's) for residents.

The POD sites will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the following locations:

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. Old Kroger Location, FM 2920@HWY 249, Tomball . Greenspoint Harvest Time Baptist Church, 17770 Imperial Valley . Community of Faith, 1023 Pinemont . Fountain of Praise, 13950 Hillcroft . Texas Southern University, 3600 Rosewood at Scott . Ripley House, 4410 Navigation . Zion Lutheran, 3606 Beauchamp . Jim Fonteno Courthouse Annex 14350 Wallisville, Channelview . PAL Gym, 2910 E. Southmore, Pasadena . Baker Junior High, 9700 Spencer Highway, La Porte . San Jacinto Community Center, 604 Highland Woods, Highlands . West Town Mall, 4100 Decker, Baytown . Baytown Courthouse Annex, 701 West Baker, Baytown . Windsor Village, 6000 Heatherbrook, . Greater Jerusalem, 8901 Jensen . Raul C. Martinez Annex, 1001 S. Sgt. Macario Garcia . Football Stadium, Center@San Augustine, Deer Park . Second Baptist, 6400 Woodway . Bay Area Community Center, 5002 NASA Road One, Seabrook

Update from FEMA -- PLEASE NOTE THAT THE POD SITE FORMERLY LOCATED AT BAKER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 9700 SPENCER HWY, LA PORTE IS NOW LOCATED AT SAN JACINTO COMMUNITY CENTER.

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