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Oak Harbor Lions Club
Memorial Day 2021: A Service of Remembrance will be held at Maple Leaf Cemetery in Oak Harbor with simulcast on Oak Harbor Lions Facebook page. Event will be on Memorial Day, May 31st. Please mask up, doors at 9, ceremony starts promptly at 10 am. Oak Harbor Lions Club is a non-profit organization that serves the public. Where there''s a need, there''s a Lion! Find us online at facebook.com/ohlionsclub Keynote speakers include NAS Whidbey Island Captain Matthew Arny and Rear Admiral William McDaniel, USN, Retired. Colors will be presented by OHHS NJROTC, ORION Sea Cadets, and Sons of the American Revolution with Patriot Guard Riders at attention. Live music by Navy Band Northwest and local artists. Oak Harbor Mayor Robert Severns will emcee. A traditional VFW, Legion, and Fleet wreath laying ceremony is included. The service is scheduled to conclude with NAS Whidbey Island Search and Rescue flyover.
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Identity Theft Resource Center
The ITRC conducts training and presentations on best practices and risk reduction for both businesses and consumers. The Victim Assistance Call Center provides toll-free, no-cost case mitigation and consumer education to approximately 10,000 victims and consumers annually. ITRC maintains a multi-year data breach report extending back to 2005. The ITRC Breach Report is published weekly and supplemental reports are readily available. ITRC advisors represent more than 50 years of case resolution experience and are dedicated to providing world-class customer service, and protecting the victim’s or consumer’s privacy. The ITRC maintains and updates more than 240 written documents, videos, and games to provide victim assistance and education on identity theft and financial fraud. In addition, idtheftcenter.org provides a large number of links to a wide variety of resources. Documents are presented in English, Spanish, and Chinese. The ITRC conducts research and surveys in collaboration with partners and sponsors resulting in white papers, fact sheets, and solutions to educate consumers and businesses.
Panther Day Camp for Children with Diabetes
Diabetes Association Of Pierce County
A locally run Camp for children with Type 1 diabetes is in desperate need of donations. This wonderful camp gives type 1 children an opportunity to learn how to live happier, healthier and longer lives as fun a to have a fun place to be themselves. The week long summer camp is locally run by the Diabetes Association of Pierce County is called Panther Day Camp and is for Type 1 diabetic children. This amazing camp gives type 1 children a place to not only learn about diabetes and how to live a long a healthy life with their condition, but provides a place for them to feel normal, where every kid there checks their sugar and counts carbohydrates. Everyone from the doctors and nurses to the counselors donates their time to give these great kids a wonderful camp experience. The camp itself is funded almost entirely on grants and donations, each year they struggle to get medical supplies donated and cover the cost for as many children as possible, as most of the families can not afford the $350.00-400.00 cost of sending their child to camp. 85% of the children who come to camp do so on a scholarship that is paid for by those grants and donations. Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disease in which a person’s pancreas stops producing insulin, a hormone that enables people to get energy from food. It occurs when the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, called beta cells. While its causes are not yet entirely understood, scientists believe that both genetic factors and environmental triggers are involved. Its onset has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. There is nothing you can do to prevent T1D, and—at present—nothing you can do to get rid of it. However one thing that makes fundraising hard is the lack of information about the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, a lot of people think that these children are overweight or became diabetic due to poor or un-healthly eating. United Way use to
Ayusa Seeking Host Families for International High School Students
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Unemployment Q & A Sessions
Shoreline Community College
If you are unemployed, have been furloughed, or soon-to-be laid off, you may be looking for guidance as you navigate the unemployment insurance benefits process. Shoreline CC is resuming our weekly Unemployment Q & A Sessions for this winter quarter, on Tuesday mornings at 10 a.m. This will be starting Tuesday, January 19th at 10 a.m. If you are working with anyone that may have questions regarding their unemployment claims, this is a great venue to help them to get answers. Tuesdays @ 10 a.m. Register here: www.surveymonkey.com/r/UnemploymentQuestions For questions or more information contact email@example.com.