Drawing on the creative skills of staff, we joined efforts to provide much-needed protective personal equipment (PPE) to assist those on the frontlines. Using sewing machines borrowed from our MākMō maker mobiles and fabric repurposes from Library sewing programs—or donating their own supplies—staff have volunteered to sew face masks, and have created over 4,500. … [Read more...] about Agoura Hills Library Community Service During Coronavirus
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Happy, playful, bouncy, energetic and FUN are all words the shelter uses to describe Sylvie! This girl is 1 years old and just 35lbs. We think she might be part lab since she's very friendly and full of life! Sylvie would appreciate a home where she'll get lots of exercise and playtime! Another dog would be great for her too! Or maybe some kids to play fetch with! … [Read more...] about Amazing Dogs Seek Foster Homes for 8/15!!
"This is no longer a debate nor is it up for discussion," he wrote. "Please keep in mind this entire pandemic is fluid and constantly changing the way things are done. However, my orders will be followed or my actions will be swift to address." … [Read more...] about ‘This is no longer a debate’: Florida sheriff bans deputies, visitors from wearing masks
Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods sent an email to his staff Tuesday saying he had weighed both sides of the issue amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, saying he did not make the decision easily. But he said he can find just as many “professionals” who say you should not wear as mask as those who say you should. … [Read more...] about Florida Sheriff Bans Face Masks from His Office
"I've learned through decades of doing this, that when you think you've seen everything, you haven't," Snyder said. "I've tried to be very careful during cases like this that evoke such emotional responses. I know people reading about it and seeing it are going to be horrified by the thought that this occurred." … [Read more...] about A Florida girl witnessed her mother’s fatal shooting while in a Zoom class, police said