Welcome to The Best Things We’ve Seen This Week – Vol. 2. Now that a second one is posted we can officially call this a thing and not just a flash in the pan.
Speaking of things that aren’t just a flash in the pan, Monday Governor Kate Brown issued a Stay at Home, Save Lives executive order to all Oregonians to stay in their residences and immediately limit all movement outside their homes except for essential purposes. That order made official what many were starting to do. The City of Eugene’s top priority during the spread of COVID-19 has been the health and safety of the community. In the last week, City staff have worked closely with our public health partners to make sure our community has the most up to date information for resources, services and assistance.
We want this space to be a place where we can share thinks we think people will like, provide tips for getting through your days at home or to just put a smile on your face. But the underlying reason why we are all home right now can’t be forgotten, so our first link this week is to a resources page on the City of Eugene website where you can find the latest information on what the City is doing, key resources and related information.
Now enjoy this heartwarming story about author Ben Goldfarb and how parents looking for homeschool material on Twitter have asked him to create a lesson from his book. What is Goldfarb’s book about? Our state animal.