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E. Wash. family prepares to say last goodbyes to 12-year-old girl

RICHLAND, Wash. – A Richland father is preparing to say his final goodbye to his 12-year-old daughter, Lily, who suffered extensive brain injuries after nearly drowning in the Columbia River.

Mark Pfeifer, Lily’s father, says Lily’s body is shutting down and he’s gathering family members to say farewell.

Mark says Lily was an incredibly special, unique girl. She was an artist and loved to bake.

He wants to share a message about the importance of a life jacket.

Lily Ann Pfeifer GoFundMe Page

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The Room Where It Happened (Audiobook) by John Bolton

Well, its a hot seller on Amazon and it’s just full of Bombshell’s.

How some people are to buy to read John Bolton’s ‘New book’.

But remember, there’s also an Audible book for The Room Where It Happened (Audiobook) by John Bolton. Strange goings-on in The White House.

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Bolton Book BOMBSHELLS. Called him a “Dope”

According to Huffpo: “President Donald Trump called ex-national security adviser John Bolton “a dope” after excerpts from Bolton’s damning tell-all book leaked.”

You can get the Bombshell’s here: The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir

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Seattle: Free Coronavirus Testing: North and in South Seattle

Free Coronavirus Testing

The City of Seattle is now offering free COVID-19 testing. As with all City services, we will not collect or ask immigration status and this test is available to everyone – with or without health insurance. There are two locations for walk-up or drive-thru testing in North Seattle – 12040 Aurora Avenue – and South Seattle at 3820 6th Ave S. An appointment is encouraged and you can schedule ahead online.

The City is continuing to work to make testing accessible in more neighborhoods and you can learn more about testing, testing sites, ADA accommodations, and more via Seattle/King County Public Health.
Adelante,

Council President M. Lorena González
Seattle City Council, Position 9 (Citywide)
Chair – Governance & Education
Vice-Chair – Public Safety & Human Services

Email: Lorena.Gonzalez@seattle.gov
Phone: (206) 684-8809

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Coping With Domestic Violence During the Covid-19

Coping With Domestic Violence During the Covid-19

During the Coronavirus, most things in life have come to a halt..

But not everything. Domestic violence and domestic abuse have sky rocketed.

Whether it’s happening to you, your friend’s or someone you know, there are things that you can do to help prevent continued domestic violence.

Here are some answers: “Coping With Domestic Violence During the Covid-19”

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Women and Philanthropy: Boldly Shaping a Better World


Yes. It’s true..

Women help save the World. Even in these troubled times.

It is no longer just a ‘Man’s World’. Women have brought the needed compassion, matched with results, that can make any good cause become a great cause and a even better success to the world in which we now live.

Great learning experience and what you can do to help: Women and Philanthropy: Boldly Shaping a Better World

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Coronavirus Lockdown Must Read: He told the truth but offered hope

The Man Churhill made his country feel the Truth.

Great leaders may come and go. But there was only one, Sir Winston Churchill. The man was more than a myth. He was a ture Leader. A New York Times Best Seller by Andrew Roberts.

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Turmp’s Niece New Book is Chalk Full of Surprises

Hey, I dont know about you, but if what Mary L. Trump say’s about The Donald is true, look out.

I really dont know what to believe. But I do say that Mary Trump is a very brave women but I think that the heat just might get turned up to auto-blast on this book. But hey, maybe you can decide. There are so many strange admission’s here that I thought I was part of the Trump family.

Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man

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WOW – John Bolton’s Book on Trump will hit the fan

Well, here we go again.

Once again a former Trump Administration member John Bolton, spill’s inside info on what went down during his time with the Administration.

Bolton’s also just won a court decision, stating that his new book could be released, even against a lawsuit brought against Bolton from the white house.

Uh Oh! Well you can get the book The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir . Some scary stuff.

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Juneteenth 2020: An Opportunity to Reflect

From: AARP

‘Freedom Day’ takes on special significance this year
by Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO, AARP, June 18, 2020 | Comments: 57

As a young girl growing up in rural Alabama, I learned about the Emancipation Proclamation, signed by President Abraham Lincoln on September 22, 1862, to free the slaves. But I also learned, much to my dismay, that when the Emancipation Proclamation went into effect on January 1, 1863, it didn’t end slavery in every state, only those controlled by the Confederacy.

It wasn’t until Major General Gordon Granger stood before a crowd in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865, and read General Orders, No. 3, which began by stating “The people of Texas are informed that in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free” — that the last remaining slaves in the U.S. were actually freed.

Today, 155 years later, we still celebrate June 19th as Juneteenth, which eventually spread across the country from its Texas origins. It’s also known as Black Independence Day, Freedom Day and Emancipation Day. It is seen as a time for reflection and assessment, for focusing on education and achievement, and for self-improvement and for looking ahead to the future.

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