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  1. My co-worker called HEB and there's no water, there won't be any water because their sending it to the coast. Cane Rita might be a cat 1 when it swings my way.
  2. link SeaWorld Adventure Park in San Antonio free for hurricane victims of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama Sept 10 - Nov 27 San Antonio (Sept 7, 2005) – SeaWorld San Antonio today announced a free admission program to residents of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi who have been affected by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. From Sept.10 through Nov. 27, 2005, residents of Louisiana, Alabama or Mississippi who have been affected by the hurricane and up to three guests need only show their driver’s license and fill out a brief form at SeaWorld San Antonio to obtain their one-time free admission. “In our own small way, we wanted to offer families displaced by the hurricane a chance to reconnect with each other and however, briefly, forget the stress of recent events,” said Dan Decker, executive vice-president and general manager of SeaWorld San Antonio. Anheuser-Busch, SeaWorld’s parent company, has been assisting the relief effort with delivery of 2.5 million cans of water each week in the affected areas. As well, the company is supporting the American Red Cross with a $1 million cash donation. SeaWorld San Antonio opens at 10 a.m on Sept.10-11,17-18,24-25, then the park will be open for its “Howl-O-Scream” program Oct 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 21-22-23 and 28-29-30. The park, is open every weekend in November and Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. Sunday, Nov. 27 is SeaWorld’s final operating day for 2005. For more details, call (800) 700-7786, or visit seaworld.com. Copied from another board. I have not verified this info.
  3. I got this from another board. I haven't tested it. Air America Public Voicemail 1-866-217-6255 Air America Radio's Public Voicemail is a way for disconnected people to communicate in the wake of Katrina. Here's how it works: Call the toll-free number above, enter your everyday phone number, and then record a message. Other people who know your everyday phone number (even if it doesn't work anymore) can call Emergency Voicemail, enter the phone number they associate with you, and hear your message. You can also search for messages left by people whose phone numbers you know. Air America Radio will leave Public Voicemail in service for as long as this crisis continues. You can call it whenever you are trying to locate someone, or if you are trying to be found. Obviously, for this to work, people need to know about it, so please forward the number to as many people as you can. You can find out more about Katrina and the affected areas at www.airamericaradio.com Air America Radio brings you Emergency VoiceMail in conjunction with VoodooVox. Also, if you’re looking for a way to help personally, MoveOn.org Civic Action, formerly known as MoveOn.org, launched a new web site yesterday, http://hurricanehousing.org/ asking its 3.3 million members and the public to post any available housing for the thousands of people left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. The organization will directly connect evacuees with volunteer hosts, and also provide the housing information to the Red Cross and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
  4. Target has school supplies at 30% off, 50% soon.
  5. The Red Cross has opened a shelter in Austin for relief. People are running low on funds for hotels and food.
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