Power has been coming back as DP&L crews work around the clock to repair damage from Friday afternoon's storms.
Dayton Power & Light reported upwards of 9000 outages Saturday afternoon. As of early Sunday morning, that number had been reduced to less than 2500. Champaign and Shelby counties each still have just over 2000 outages. Crews from five states are assisting DP&L in the 23 county service area. Additional crews are scheduled to arrive from Georgia Power, bringing the total number of lineman in the field to 600.
The American Red Cross will operate one shelter in Logan County on Sunday, located at the Masonic Center at 600 N. Main Street in bellefontaine. The shelter is slated to be open as long as needed, which will be at least until 3:00pm Sunday.
Champaign County has scheduled two cooling stations to be in operation Sunday: one at the JSP Fire District 403 building at 403 W. Main St. in St. Paris, and a second station at the Champaign County Red Cross at 658 Bodey Circle in Urbana.
Bellefontaine has named two additional collection sites for tree debris brought down by the storm in addition to the yard waste refuse collection site on West Columbus: Fred Carter Park on Lakewood Drive and the old Humane Society location on South Troy Road next to the wastewater treatment plant.
Hi Point Church of Christ no prayer warriors - worship will be at 10:30 possibly outside
Zanesfield United Methodist - no services
First United Presbyterian of Bellefontaine - no services
Hillcrest Baptist Church - all services and activities
Monroe Community Church - all services
West Liberty United Methodist - no services
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - no services
Community Chapel in Zanesfield
First Christian Church in Bellefontaine - no services