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David’s Refuge Be The Light | April 11th

David’s Refuge Be The Light | April 11th

Join David’s Refuge on Saturday, April 11th and Be the Light for a caregiver in your life. Caregivers in our community are facing exceptional challenges as this current crisis continues. Show your support today by creating a luminary and posting with #bethelight, and if you can make a donation to help them continue their work…

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A Guide For Working From Home With Kids

A Guide For Working From Home With Kids

We know how hard it is to work from home right now, especially with kids being out of school. We found a guide online that we think will help you during this unprecedented time. Check it out HERE!More

Take Your Kids on Virtual Rides!

Take Your Kids on Virtual Rides!

Since all Disney parks in the U.S. remain closed until at least the end of March due to COVID-19, we decided to compile a list of some “virtual rides” you can enjoy! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride!More

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Here’s what health experts say about face masks

Should you or shouldn’t you wear a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic? Here’s where health organizations and top experts say. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The organization recommends that if you are not sick, “you do not need to wear a facemask unless you are caring for someone who is sick.”…More

A waitress couldn’t pay her rent, and then a stranger came forward

A waitress couldn’t pay her rent, and then a stranger came forward

Thanks to a total stranger, a now-jobless Los Angeles waitress will be able to pay her rent. Shujana Anthony loved being a waitress, she told CNN. But restaurants across the nation have been hard hit by the shutdowns mandated because of the coronavirus pandemic, and Anthony was among the vast numbers who are now without…More

Massachusetts veterans home with coronavirus outbreak sees more deaths

Officials in Massachusetts on Thursday announced more deaths at a veterans nursing home where at least 12 people have died from the novel coronavirus. An official said 18 veterans who lived at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home had died, 12 of whom tested positive for Covid-19. Three tests are pending, one result was “unknown” and two…More

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