Thanksgiving Without Gatherings
Columbia Neighborhood Association Meeting
Marie Eaton Concert
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WINTER STORM THIS WEEKEND?
Looks like we’re going to get some rain, and may get some pretty good wind gusts. It wouldn’t hurt to prepare now just in case there’s a power outage. Charge up your phones and laptops. Find extra flashlights and blankets. Check with your neighbors…
A THANKSGIVING WITHOUT GATHERINGS
From the Bellingham Herald:
“The safest Thanksgiving is one celebrated only with the people in your immediate household.”
“We’re very concerned,” state Secretary of Health Dr. John Wiesman said near the end of a virtual media briefing Tuesday afternoon. “One just has to look at states across the United States to see how quickly this explodes. And, you know, a number of weeks ago, we were at 500 cases a day. Now we’re over what we were in the summer surge of 800-some cases a day. We’re over 1,000 cases a day.”
When it comes to Thanksgiving, Deputy Secretary of Health for COVID-19 Response Lacy Fehrenbach offered some advice. “The safest Thanksgiving is one celebrated only with the people in your immediate household,” she said.
If residents want to host a small gathering, she advised holding it outdoors, having no more than five people from outside their household, and seriously considering a “full quarantine for the two weeks prior” during which they only leave the house for essentials such as groceries or a quick walk.
When the holiday comes, she reiterated the advice to stay outside, stay 6 feet apart, and wear masks. She asked people to consider skipping the meal — where people sit at a table without masks — and do something different such as a “Thanksgiving stroll.”“We know that folks are done with COVID and looking forward to the holidays, but COVID isn’t yet done with us and it doesn’t take holidays,” Fehrenbach said.
A cool animation that shows how it spreads in various settings. The more we know, the better we can protect ourselves and others.
COLUMBIA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
Online – Zoom Call
Thursday, November 19 7-8:30pm
Our Neighborhood Quarterly Meeting will be focused on conversations with our City and County representatives.
City – Councilmember Hannah Stone – to help us learn about the City Budget and other city business so we can find out how best to engage for change.
County – Councilmember Todd Donovan – to learn how to address racism as a health crisis.
1) Welcome and CNA Announcements
2) CNA Treasurer’s and MNAC Report
3) Get to Know Your Neighbors Activity
4) Columbia Conversations
5) Meeting Wrap up
*Topic: CNA Quarterly Meeting
Time: Nov 19, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific
Meeting ID: 851 7629 1732 Passcode: 888813
Look for more details about upcoming events on the Columbia Neighborhood Group Facebook page, and in Flip-mail. CNA welcomes all neighbors’ participation- just contact your CNA Board members via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Jill MacIntyre Witt Vice President: Aaron Silverberg
Treasurer: Aaron Ignac Secretary: Deborah Valentine
Mayor’s Neighborhood Advisory Commission (MNAC)
Alternate Rep: Jennifer Moon
CNA Board Member-at-Large: David Crook
is currently hiring for a Farm & Kitchen Program Manager! If you or someone you know might be interested, we encourage you to apply by November 13th, when we’ll begin reviewing applications.
MARIE EATON CONCERT
Thursday Nov.12th 7:00 pm
Fairhaven College Music Festival Streaming Series
Marie is a fine songwriter who reaches deep. She’s also one-fourth of the amazing band, Motherlode.
Click one of these links at 7 PM Thursday:
Fairhaven College – Through Facebook
Through YouTube Live Stream
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