3 p.m. update:: The American Red Cross announced that it is closing its shelter at the York County School of Technology at 4 p.m.
11 a.m. update Friday: The following shelters are still open for people in York County without power:
The American Red Cross has a shelter at the York County School of Technology, 2179 S. Queen St., York.
The shelter is still open, but spokeswoman Cathy Smyser said the organization will reevaluate later Friday afternoon to determine if the shelter will continue to stay open.
The agency will provide food and a warm place to stay overnight for those who need it.
The York JCC, 2000 Hollywood Drive in York Township, is offering Wi-Fi, showers, heat and entertainment to friends of the center. Anyone who has a membership or has taken classes at the JCC is welcome. Members are also able to sign in guests.
The Kennard-Dale gym and cafeteria in the South Eastern School District will be available for shelter Friday starting at 3 p.m. People are to bring blankets, sleeping bags, and any other essentials they may need. People are to use the rear entrance between the cafeteria and gym, located at 393 Main St. in Fawn Grove.
State Rep. Kevin Schreiber, D-York, issued a press release saying residents displaced by power outages can also find shelter at the following locations:
-- York Rescue Mission, Men's Ministry, 363-373 W. Market St., York, 717-845-7662
-- York Rescue Mission, Women and Children's Ministry, 17-27 Jefferson Ave.
-- Bell Family Shelter, 852 E. Market St., York, 717-845-9536
-- Changing Lives Homeless Shelter, 136 Carlisle St., Hanover, 717-633-6353