The Northern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross has shifted its attention from the Museum Fire to potential flooding concerns in Flagstaff. Last week, the Red Cross operated a shelter at Sinagua Middle School. During that time 12 people stayed overnight and offered dozens of meals to shelter residents. The Red Cross deployed a team to provide canteen support to volunteers who were filling, hauling and stacking sandbags at various locations. During the five days of operations, the Red Cross handed out 745 snacks and 1,342 bottles of water and Gatorade. The Red Cross is always in need of volunteers. If you would like to help, log onto redcross.org/volunteer.