Events And Activities
Woodstock "Laundry Love" service today: Today Woodstock Community Church and Woodstock Laundry are partnering to provide an additional "Laundry Love" service (there were two last month). From 9 to 11 a.m. they are providing two free loads of laundry to low-to-no income individuals and families. Woodstock Laundry has made necessary operational changes to follow the current "social distancing" guidelines. For specifics, contact Woodstock Laundry. To learn more about the Laundry Love project, go online – WNA>www.laundrylove.orgWNA Board Election tonight via ZOOM: Tonight at the online "ZOOM" meeting for the Woodstock Neighborhood Association, the annual Board elections will be held. The WNA Board of Directors is seeking a new chairperson. A new Board will be elected at this meeting, and you can nominate yourself or another Woodstock resident for any position. "Serving as an area rep is a simple way to begin serving on the Board; all you need is enthusiasm!" The board meets six times per year. Join the online meeting tonight at 7 p.m. via the ZOOM link posted at – www.woodstockpdx.org
JUNE 17Another "Laundry Love" in Woodstock today: Again today Woodstock Community Church and Woodstock Laundry again partner to provide a "Laundry Love" service to low-or-no income individuals and families. From 9 to 11 a.m. recipients will receive two free loads of laundry. For details of the offer, and how to participate using social distancing guidelines, see the listing above, under JUNE 3. This is an ongoing service, twice a month, for those in need. See the separate story about it in this issue of THE BEE.
JUNE 29NEW DATE, NEW PLACE, NEW TIMES -- Red Cross Sellwood Blood Drive: Today, 9 a,m, to 7 p.m., the American Red Cross is holding its latest Sellwood-Moreland blood drive inside SMILE STATION, at S.E. 13th and Tenino, one block south of Tacoma Street. Walk-ins will be fit in as they can, but to avoid waiting please make an appointment ahead of time by calling 1-800/733-2767. Along with all donors, the staff and volunteers are required to wear masks.
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