Rotary Club of Longview's "People of Action" Newsletter - April 29
This extensive toolkit was a joint project led by Madrona alongside the Seattle Venture Community, Leading Tech, Retail and Aerospace Companies in the Region and the Seattle Metropolitan and Bellevue Chambers of Commerce - please share it with your networks.
Start planning now for how to safely return to your offices and other worksites! https://www.backtoworktoolkit.com
Commerce offers new ScaleUp program to help small businesses find success in COVID-19 economy
100 slots in free online training series open for registration tomorrow at 10 a.m.
OLYMPIA, WA – The Washington State Department of Commerce has partnered with the Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC) to offer a new version of the EDC’s highly successful ScaleUp program aimed at helping small business owners move forward through the COVID-19 crisis.
Our partners at Impact Washington are offering a free back to work assessment for companies who might need help. It will help develop a plan for working together and staying safe in this social distancing time. Reach out to our contact, Will Kitchen for more information - email@example.com
Please see the attached a white paper describing some of the things to consider - -
The Governor is holding another press conference today at 2:30pm - www.tvw.org
Longview Police Satellite Office Closed
Longview Police Department has permanently closed its Highlands Satellite Office. The office was located at 216 30th Avenue behind the St. Helens grocery store.
The City of Longview to Reopen Some Outdoor Recreation Activities
In conjunction with Governor Inslee’s press release on Monday, April 27, 2020, the City of Longview will reopen specific outdoor recreation opportunities with appropriate safety precautions in place on Tuesday, May 5. Next Tuesday, the City will reopen the Community Gardens, Gerhardt Garden Dog Park, Mint Valley Golf Course and allow for fishing at all City of Longview areas.
Fact Sheet: Coronavirus Pandemic: Additional $100 million available to Firefighters [see attached]
Fire service organizations nationwide with membership on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will soon be able to apply for a share of $100 million in funding to purchase personal protective equipment and supplies. The funding is part of the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act through FEMA Assistance for Firefighters Grant Program (AFGP).
Virtual Learning Panels from ESD #112
Industry experts answer your pre-submitted questions
All middle and high school students welcome
May 5 - Women in STEM
May 12 - Business and Finance
May 19 - Animal Health
May 26 - Natural Resources
June 2 - Construction and Engineering
June 9 - Human Health
June 16 - High Tech Manufacturing and Technology
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Hi Everyone, As we get further into the extended school closure, we’re all adjusting to what is, for now, our new normal. Three of our schools were recently recognized by the State of Washington for Excellence, a new Athletic Director was hired at R.A. Long and we’re lighting up the Friday night skies in honor of our senior class. If you have questions or need information about our schools, please contact me. Stay well, RickP
Longview Schools Recognized for Excellence!