When I travelled to Spokane WA, I saw many different sites.
I couldn’t suppose how sizzling it was in the summer, as well as there were homeless people hanging out under the trees.
There was honestly little humidity, so once you got out of the sun, it made a immense difference. I saw a sign on the window of a church as well as it read, ‘Welcome to our Cooling Center’. I wondered what they meant by a Cooling Center. I went into the church as well as I began to ask questions. Being a writer, I was constantly interested in studying new things. The priest told me that when the un-even temperatures got into the nineties, they opened the church for people to come in as well as keep cool. The doors were constantly unlocked as well as they had the air conditioner on from morning till night. She said it was their way of helping to keep the homeless safe. Many times, it was just the children who came in, or the elderly. There were some elderly who had their own homes, however they couldn’t afford to either have their air conditioner repaired, or to purchase an air conditioner unit. They didn’t care what their denomination was, or where they came from. Everyone was welcomed into the Cooling Center. She went on to tell me that there were many different areas in the neighborhood that offered their stores as well as libraries for people to be safe during drastic heat. I walked out of the cooling center with a smile on our face, knowing that people like the people of their neighborhood of Spokane WA.