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Things you can do: Write a letter to someone in your community

The King County Library has organized a "Letters to Woodinville Seniors" program aimed at providing residents of nursing home receive letters and cards from people in the community.

If you’ve been looking for a way to help in the current COVID-19 epidemic, the program allows senior citizens who have been cut-off from family and friends to ensure their safety, to continue to connect to the community. The Library poster invites community members to let seniors know they are not alone just by sharing a letter, card or artwork with them.

The guidelines include:

  • When creating your letter, card or art piece: Be kind and thoughtful!

  • Use gender neutral language.

  • Do not use any religious themes, phrases or quotes like “God bless.”

  • Do not include any personal information such as a phone number, email, etc.

  • Refrain from using scented items or glitter.

  • Sign the card with your first name only and place your creation in an unsealed envelope.

Place the unsealed envelope inside another envelope and mail it directly to:

Creekside Activities Department

18200 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd

Woodinville, WA 98072

Fairwinds Brittany Park Guest Services

17143 133rd AVE NE

Woodinville, WA 98072

You can mail letters anytime throughout the summer.

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