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Cowlitz Valley Moose will be closed until further notice.

Cowlitz Valley Moose will be closed until further notice.  As you probably all have heard, all bars and restaurants in the state are to be closed through the end of the month.  I’ll keep you all informed as to when we’ll be reopening.  Please stay safe and healthy out there!
See you here…hopefully in a couple weeks.
 

Everyday practices to prevent colds, influenza and other respiratory illnesses can also protect people against coronaviruses, including COVID-19.

Everyday practices to prevent colds, influenza and other respiratory illnesses can also protect people against coronaviruses, including COVID-19. The Health Department recommends people take the following actions to keep themselves healthy:

CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY MUSEUM CLOSED MARCH 14 THROUGH MARCH 31.

CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY MUSEUM CLOSED MARCH 14 THROUGH MARCH 31.

Longview Public Schools will be closing all of its schools starting Monday, March 16th, through Friday, April 24th

March 13, 2020

Dear Community Partners:

By direction of Governor Inslee, and to help our state and nation combat the spread of coronavirus, Longview Public Schools will be closing all of its schools starting Monday, March 16th, through Friday, April 24th. Most other districts in Southwest Washington are closing as well.

The Salvation Army Longview is temporarily suspending our community meals - offering to go boxes instead

In response to caution surrounding COVID-19, The Salvation Army Longview is temporarily suspending our community meals. We will continue to offer meals to our neighbors, but served in “to-go” boxes or a sack lunch for the foreseeable future. All are welcome, advance registration is not necessary.

Meals served in Longview:
Monday through Friday: 11:45AM to 12:45PM

At:  The Salvation Army Longview – 1639 10th Avenue

Covid-19 SBA Support & Resources

As commerce is slowing all around us I wanted to share some resources that you may use at your business to assist you through this chaotic time.

Small Business Coronavirus Checklist

The “Corona Economy” is changing every small business in America.

Now is the time for every company to evaluate how they will be affected by the new coronavirus normal. Preparation in small business has always been a key to success.

Review each area where you could be affected: Customers, Employees and Vendors. Ask these questions now.

Small Business Coronavirus Checklist: https://barrymoltz.com/business/small-business-coronavirus-checklist/

 

The Committee of Taste of Italy has decided to Cancel the Taste of Italy on March 21st

The Committee of Taste of Italy has decided to Cancel the Taste of Italy on March 21st due to the flu last night and was confirmed this morning by the Arch Bishop, in Seattle, who has cancelled church and events at the church which includes Cowlitz County.

We will be Re-scheduling for hopefully May.

Kelso Council Meeting Canceled

Kelso Council Meeting Canceled

Kelso, WA – March 13, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 and public health concerns, and in concert with Governor Inslee’s emergency proclamation, the regular meeting of the Kelso City Council for Tuesday, March 17, 2020, has been canceled. The next regular meeting of the Council is scheduled for April 7, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.

CANCELLING the March 21 car seat clinic

Out of extreme caution, we are CANCELLING the March 21 car seat clinic. We strive for a safe and healthy community and feel it would be irresponsible for us to host a public gathering event where families and small children attend with the current status of COVID-19. We anticipate to be able to host our next clinic which is scheduled for April 18, but we will stay in touch over the next couple of weeks with that information. Thank you for your understanding.

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