Sunday April 18, 2021
1. News Just For You
2. Conversation Cafe
3. Free Legal Clinic
4. Food Resources
In this issue you’ll find:
- Guidance on vaccination card storage and care
- A tool for travelers to check COVID restrictions and guidelines
- Tulip festival celebrations and new safety measures for visitors
- Lowe’s will be giving away free Garden-to-Go kits every Thursday in April.
Conversation cafes with MSW Student Emily
in the B Building Community Room
TUESDAY, APRIL 20 AT 1 PM:
WHAT DOES A POST-COVID WORLD LOOK LIKE?
TUESDAY, APRIL 27 AT 11 AM:
WHAT ARE ADA ACCOMMODATIONS AND HOW DO I GET THEM?
UP TO 16 PEOPLE CAN JOIN IN PERSON OR JOIN BY
**Light Covid-friendly snacks will be provided**
For questions or concerns please contact
Emily at 360-399-6116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MASKS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY
Seniors (60+) and people living with dementia (any age)
can get help with:
Power of Attorney for Finances
Power of Attorney for Health Care
Health Care Directive ("Living Will")
May 6, 2021 | 9 am - 7 pm
by phone or video chat
Call 206-707-7281 by April 25, 2021.
Give us your contact information and someone from the Northwest Justice Project team will call you back for screening and scheduling.
More information at https://nwjustice.org/home
Food Resources: Free Produce for Seniors, Student Meal Changes, Fresh Bucks Retail Applications, and a South Park Success Story
- Age 60+ (or age 55+ if you are American Indian/Alaska Native) by June 30
- Low income.
May 4: That is the day when the @USGS_ShakeAlert
Earthquake Early Warning system will go live in our state.
Learn the specifics, including information about an upcoming public webinar
on April 29 and how you can check to make sure your phone is ready.
This video shows the borders and populations of each country in Europe,
for every year since 400 BC.
Seattle’s Forgotten Battle
By David Buerge - March 20, 2021
As Coll Thrush writes in Native Seattle: Histories From The Crossing Over Place,
“Every American city is built on Indian land, but few advertise it like Seattle.”
City residents succeeded in making the Duwamish landless, and, as a legal result, unrecognized by the federal government, even though they were the first signatories to the Treaty of Point Elliott, and their Duwamish Chief, Seattle was the primary native spokesman at the treaty council.
Mr Trashwheel Collects River Trash
using water power and solar power.
Rainshadow Journal https://rainshadownorthwest.com/
Peninsula Daily News https://www.peninsuladailynews.com/
Port Townsend Leader https://www.ptleader.com/
Post Alley https://www.postalley.org/
21 Short videos about Olive & Mabel and their human.
Good Dogs! (Most of the time.)
Follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrAndrewCotte
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