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Free Grief Support Group for Men in Longview

Free Grief Support Group for Men in Longview

Join us for Coffee Fridays at Community Home Health & Hospice

 

LONGVIEW, Wash., May 2, 2019 – Community Home Health & Hospice is offering a five-week, free grief support group for men at the James Avery Center for Grief Support, 1000 – 12th Ave., Longview, WA. The group meets Fridays at 9:00 am for coffee, from June 7 – July 5, 2019. Facilitated by Chaplain Joel Whiteside, DMin, with more than 15 years of experience leading grief groups, and Rick Sievers, Assistant Bereavement Coordinator.

Longview City Info Weekly

April 25 City Council Meeting in brief

Received an update from Chris Paolini, Airport Manager, regarding SW Washington Regional

      Airport activities and improvements.

Approved a contract with Intertox to perform data analysis for the wellhead protection program.
Revised the fee for vacation of a portion of the alley between 8th Ave and 9th Ave south of

      Hudson Street, to a new lower amount of $17,960.42 as provided for in the recently adopted right of way vacation fee policy

Cowlitz Valley Moose - May Newsletter

Hi Mooses!

Here’s the latest Newsletter.

The website is also updated and can be viewed at www.moose530.org.

Longview Public Library Launches New Online Tools

Longview Public Library Launches New Online Tools

Lunch With United Way - Register by May 2

Lunch With United Way - Register by May 2

May 16

11:30 to 1 pm

Expo Center

$25 per person, includes lunch

RSVP by May 2

www.cowlitzunitedway.org

360-423-5320

bfisher@cowlitzunitedway.org

 

 

Free Community Talk at the Longview Public Library Civic Engagement Corner

Free Community Talk at the Longview Public Library Civic Engagement Corner

Longview Public Library, Cowlitz County Historical Museum, and Humanities Washington invite the community to an engaging conversation with WSU professor Steven Stehr, a member of the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau. Alternative facts, fake news, post-truth—these phrases have flooded the American conversation over the past several years. But how bad is it really, and what can we, as a society and as individuals, do to be better informed?

Mary's Bar & Grill Summer Fun!
Nichols Blvd Pavement Rehabilitation Project - Washington Way to Louisiana Street

Nichols Blvd Pavement Rehabilitation Project - Washington Way to Louisiana Street

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed

Do you enjoy helping children and youth? Believe in the power of reading? Have time to dedicate to your community this summer? Become a Summer Reading volunteer!

Longview Police Investigating Human Remains Found in a Field

Longview Police Investigating Human Remains Found in a Field

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