In-person outdoor meeting June 3 (weather permitting)
We are planning to have an in-person meeting at 30-Hop‘s outdoor tables on that date, if the weather is suitable. In case of bad weather, as happened last week, or an alarming increase in COVID cases per day, we will just Zoom. The restaurant is at 951 Blairs Ferry Rd NE, with an entrance on Rockwell Drive, diagonally across from the Target store.
RSVP, please, to get an estimated count.
We have gone to on-line meetings while new cases of coronavirus are frequent in the area and people haven’t had a chance to get vaccinated. The meetings work well. To participate, you can use the Zoom app on your smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer with a microphone. Use of a camera is optional. You can also call in with any phone but it would be long-distance if those rates apply to you.
For further details and the meeting ID number, contact us.
In the meantime, if you want a restaurant or take-out meal, it would be good to patronize our usual host, Scott’s Restaurant. Check their hours, as they are shortened due to a scarcity of staffing.
Linn County COVID cases continue to drop, now averaging 11 new per day for the last week, which is encouraging.
Aime was invited to submit more short stories to the e-magazine that took an earlier one. She was tasked to write the city mission statement and vision statement. She also got another web site job to write.
Shannon wrote his bio for the anthology that is publishing one of his stories, and included the blurb for his upcoming book.