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Umpqua Health News
- Customer Care is closed for in person help, but we are open by phone, email, and fax!
We hope to be opening our doors again soon.
- The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the COVID-19 Vaccines
- Phase 1A: Healthcare Professionals and Long Term Care residents and personnel.
- Phase 1B: Child-care, preschool, K-12 school, and district office staff.
- Those who are older will receive their vaccines first. For up-to-date information about COVID-19 and the vaccines, please visit their website at: https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19.
Welcome to our newest section of the Member Newsletter! Here we will provide fun and healthy ideas for children. If you have any ideas or have anything you want to ask us to put in here, please let us know! Call 541-229-4842 or email us at email@example.com.
Valentine’s Day is here!
- Looking to make a cute craft for your children to do for their parent or other family member? How about the “Love You to Pieces” DIY Valentine Wreath!
- This fun project is good for a wide age range (with adult supervision). All you need is an old puzzle, maybe one you’re missing a few pieces out of, some paint, and some glue!
- Full instructions courtesy of The Soccer Mom Blog found here: https://thesoccermomblog.com/diy-valentine-wreath/.
- How about trapping your own leprechaun for St. Patrick’s Day? As a kid in school, it was always so much fun helping the class build a trap to catch that tricky little leprechaun. You can get as elaborate as you want with this one. The crazier it is, the easier it is to trap them!
- March also brings the first day of spring! There are so many activities that can be done in spring. With the flowers starting to bloom, nature walks are a great way to get some fresh air, and exercise. Oregon has a lot to offer when it comes to the abundance of nature. See what you can find! Just remember to be safe. Always know your surroundings and never go somewhere you don’t know well without telling someone where you are.