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The White House and Senate leaders announced a $2 trillion pandemic response measure on Wednesday that includes sending checks directly to people across the country impacted by the coronavirus crisis. The package provides one-time payments of $1,200 per adult and $500 per child under the
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Bristol Motor Speedway will host a blood drive on Monday, March 23rd to help with the region’s blood shortage. The drive will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 pm. The Marsh Regional Blood Center’s mobile unit will be located inside the North Entrance of Bristol
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MANY national parks are happy to have more kids interested in them and working to learn more about them! With our current situation an many of the parks closed to the public, below is a list with all the national park Junior Ranger badges that
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Here’s 33 National Park Tours You Can Take Virtually From The Comfort Of Your Home
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Our ministry partner Summit Leadership Foundation has a Church Mobilization Network that assists individuals year-round – and they now looking into how they might assist with child care, particularly for healthcare workers. Many are calling in or using vacation time as they have no child care.
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Multiple school districts in southwest Virginia have announced plans to provide meals to students while all K-12 schools are closed for the next two weeks. Here is a link with a list of school districts that are offering meals: https://wcyb.com/news/coronavirus/list-southwest-virginia-school-districts-offering-free-meals-while-schools-are-closed