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Date: 5/12/2020
Subject: Stay Connected & Informed - May NNN Update
From: Northwest Neighbors Network

Hello NNN members, friends, and family,
This is your bi-monthly update on keeping connected and informed as we move through our State "Stay at Home" phases and guidelines, which continue through May 31.
  • Walks-Walking buddy program underway with social distancing guidelines. Contact Services for details.
  • Talks-Group chats via Zoom are every Monday. Check the Events page. (Log in to NNN website to see members-only invite link)
    JOIN the Monday, May 18 Zoom call at 11 AM-Noon!
    Exchange-See the Exchange Library info below to borrow/loan an item. 
  • Book Club-Check NNN Events page (log in to view), and join the discussion May 18 from 1-3 PM. (Zoom meeting - contact Services if you need to test before the meeting)

NNN Exchange Library
Last month, we announced our Exchange library to allow members and volunteers to loan/borrow books, games, puzzles, movies, etc. We have several items ready to share, and are always happy to collect more items. Our newest item is a brand-new set of TV ears (in case one person at your home needs more volume than another when binge-watching shows).
Email or call 253-237-2848
How does your garden grow?
Need a little help in your garden, especially after that hot weekend we just enjoyed? 
Email/call your Services team for help (or if you'd like to volunteer to help out at in NNN member's yard!)

King County Covid-19 Newsletter
King County Older Adults Newsletter Special Edition
Hot of the presses, King County shares a newsletter for how to stay healthy and connected, with specific topics for older adults.
Learn about staying active and healthy while at home, and see links for helpful resources.

State info for those 60 and older: 

Given the update from Governor Inslee this month, NNN Services and activities continue to be suspended through May 31, 2020. We continue to stay in contact via phone visits and some essential services. Call or email if you need something, and we'll look for ways to help. 
If you need food or medicine, please call 253-237-2848 or email
and we will find a way to make that happen. 
Governor Inslee has extended the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order to May 31, 2020. 
A phased approach to reopening began May 5. Details on the Governor's website and the State Coronavirus website (multiple language options). 
Read the Snohomish County Health District COVID-19 website in Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese
There are new allowances for current construction projects, retail curbside pickup; car washes; auto sales; pet walkers; and landscaping.

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