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Resources and information for the Yelm area May 8, 2020:
* Bloodworks Northwest needs blood donors,
* Olympia Symphony provides classical music video,
* What to expect when Washington retail stores start to re-open!

Violinist Katherine Sartori, who teaches orchestra at Washington Middle School and McKenny and Lincoln elementary schools in Olympia, performs at home as part of making a YouTube video of “Pomp and Circumstance.” Credit: Olympia Symphony Orchestra


+ Bloodworks Northwest is urging all donors to step up for community recovery.

+ Olympia Symphony thinks creatively to provide classical music while concerts are canceled

+ Some jobless workers make more in unemployment benefits than lost wages. So why look for work?

+ Inslee issues guidance for resuming the car wash industry

+ Gov. Inslee’s issues rules for drive-in religious services. No communion allowed

+ Inslee issues guidance for restarting essential workforce development programs

+ Masks? Gloves? What to expect when Washington retail stores start to re-open

+ Updates from The American Red Cross


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Posted by Steve on May 8, 2020 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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