February 16, 2021
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3. COVID Updates
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- Safeway.com pharmacies are providing shots by appointment. All stores are not doing them but we have verified 128th and Roxbury stores. By appointment only!
- St Patrick's Day dinner is on Wednesday March 17th. Watch for an RSVP at your door. Deadline will be the 12th of March. It will be a pick up and go in the B Building Community Room.
- For Easter (Sunday April 14) we are looking to do a 'treat' at everyones' door.
- ALSO>.......we NEED volunteers to help up deliver our notices. Please VOLUNTEER in your own bldg only...contact Diane R @ 206-762-7787
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02/13/2021 CALENDAR Updates
Feb 14th Nail Care Clinic moved to Feb 28th.
How Do I Get the two Covid-19 Vaccines?
Emily Lord, MSW Student, Community Life Foundation
If you need assistance making an appointment, contact Mona Sanger
Arrowhead Gardens is easing into Phase 2.
Amenities are being opened gradually, including the Computer Room
The Atlantic is making COVID articles available to all readers
Washington State COVID Vaccine Finder
02/13/2021 COVID VACCINE HELP
If you are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but are having difficulty scheduling an appointment, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) COVID-19 Assistance Hotline can help. Language assistance is available.
Dial 1-800-525-0127, then press #. If you can’t reach the hotline, please call the alternate number, 888-856-5816
(a Spanish option is available).
6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Friday
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and observed state holidays
02/11/2021 CDC COVID Masks
Wearing a cloth mask over a medical procedure mask (double masking), or knotting the ear loops of a medical procedure mask, then tucking in and flattening the extra material near the face were found by the CDC in experiments to reduce exposure from simulated cough particles.
(cloth mask covering medical procedure mask); and C, knotted/tucked medical procedure mask
double masks, and unknotted and knotted/tucked medical procedure masks
Frick Collection Cover Girl: Comtesse d'Haussonville.
painted by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (French, 1780−1867 ).
Historic Tale Construction Kit Online
Twitter Thread https://twitter.com/profannieoakley/status/1357768408671027202?s=20
By the time Charlie Chaplin made The Great Dictator, he had long despised the Nazis, and vice versa. A German propaganda film denounced him as one of "the foreign Jews who come to Germany" – never mind that he wasn't Jewish – while the US press nicknamed him "The 20th-Century Moses" because he funded the escape of thousands of Jewish refugees. When he started work on the film initially titled "The Dictator", he was "a man on a mission", says Louvish. "Some of his contemporaries, like Laurel and Hardy, just wanted to make funny movies and make money. But Chaplin was very serious about what he wanted to say. The Great Dictator wasn't just a film. It really was something that was required."
Trailor (1940) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8bVG8XC-4I