Whiteaker Community council

One 4 All & All 4 One

Keeping those of highest risk safe this holiday season by staying informed and working together. Our new covid awareness campaign, “One 4 All and All 4 One” represents the four things that everyone can do to keep the ones of highest risk safe from the novel coronavirus.

By following these four simple guidelines, we will be able to lower the number of cases in Lane County. It all starts with you. Wear a mask, keep a spacial awareness of 6 feet, wash your hands, and get tested. Thank you!

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Working together to keep each other safe through challenging times, One 4 All and All 4 One 💜

By continuing to work together, washing hands, wearing a mask, social distancing, and getting tested if exposed, we are proving that we can and will get through this! Great job Eugene Oregon, keep it up!

Knowing When to get Tested

Vaccines are just around the corner! But in the meantime, do you know when and where you should get tested for covid? Where else do you know of that you can go get a free covid test? Share your experience below!

Keeping those at the highest risk safe by staying informed and working together. Our motto, “One 4 All and All For One” represents the four things that everyone can do to keep the ones of the highest risk safe from the novel coronavirus. By following these four simple guidelines, we will be able to lower the number of cases in Lane County. It all starts with you.

WCAT: the Whiteaker Community Art Team https://www.facebook.com/groups/WCAT.info

WCC: Whiteaker Community Council https://www.facebook.com/WhiteakerNeighborhood https://whiteakercommunitycouncil.com/#whiteakerCommunityCouncil#whiteakerCommunityArtTeam

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Wearing a Mask 101

How are you covering all the bases on your faces? Share today’s pic! 📸💜

Wearing a mask, coving all the bases on your faces (mouth nose, and chin) is one of the four things everyone can do to keep those of highest risk safe. Doing your part will help lower the number of cases of coronavirus in Lane County. United together against covid, All for One and One For All.

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WCAT: the Whiteaker Community Art Team https://www.facebook.com/groups/WCAT.info

WCC: Whiteaker Community Council https://www.facebook.com/WhiteakerNeighborhood https://whiteakercommunitycouncil.com/

Keeping Six Feet

Remembering to keep a social distance of six feet, or llama distance 😉 Keeping those at the highest risk safe by staying informed and working together. Our motto, “One 4 All and All For One” represents the four things that everyone can do to keep the ones of the highest risk safe from the novel coronavirus. By following these four simple guidelines, we will be able to lower the number of cases in Lane County.

What other animals and things can also represent a distance of six feet?

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WCAT: the Whiteaker Community Art Team https://www.facebook.com/groups/WCAT.info
WCC: Whiteaker Community Council https://www.facebook.com/WhiteakerNeighborhood https://whiteakercommunitycouncil.com/

Wash Your Hands

Keeping those at the highest risk safe by staying informed and working together.

Our motto, “One 4 All and All For One” represents the four things that everyone can do to keep the ones of the highest risk safe from the novel coronavirus. By following these four simple guidelines, we will be able to lower the number of cases in Lane County. It all starts with you.

Thank you!