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Mayodan or High Point Area - Toilet Paper and Food

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Resources

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Area Restaurants Offering Curb Service

  • Olive Garden, all locations
  • Village Tavern on Westridge Rd., Greensboro
  • Chili's 
  • Applebee's

 

Free Internet

 Comcast is giving customers new to its Internet Essentials program two free months of service due to the outbreak. New and existing customers will see a speed increase to 25 Mbps for downloads and 3 Mbps for uploads.       https://internetessentials.com/ 


 Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. 

More to come!

Feeling Lonely? Ways to Connect While Staying Safe

Have a Skype Visit! Don't know how?

Have a Skype Visit! Don't know how?

Have a Skype Visit! Don't know how?

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Sometimes you just need to see the people you love. Try Skype, Facetime or Zoom, all can be used for free. Don't know how? Click here for tutorials:   

Skype:  https://youtu.be/NRcb3uB3Jac 

Zoom:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ik5o6WptX0 

Facetime:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXLZ-egtIe0 


Join a Live Online Exercise Class!

Have a Skype Visit! Don't know how?

Have a Skype Visit! Don't know how?

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Write Letters to the Ones You Miss

Have a Skype Visit! Don't know how?

Write Letters to the Ones You Miss

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Write your loved ones letters. Better yet, write several "Open When" letters. Open When letters are sent in a package with instructions, such as "Open this one when you're feeling scared", or "Open this one when you think can't stand to stay home one more day", or "Open this one when the kids are driving you bananas!". 

Have Dinner & A Movie

Have a Social Distancing Block Party

Write Letters to the Ones You Miss

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Schedule a night to have dinner and a movie with a friend or loved one - over the internet or phone! If you're comfortable with Facetime, Zoom or Skye, use that, but if not just put your phone on speakerphone and pretend like you're side by side!

Make a Video

Have a Social Distancing Block Party

Have a Social Distancing Block Party

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Make a video for your grandchildren, your parents, or best friends. You can make it serious or silly, telling them everything you've been doing while stuck at home, or maybe even telling them everything you want to do as soon as you can get out again. Don't forget to ask for one in return!

Have a Social Distancing Block Party

Have a Social Distancing Block Party

Have a Social Distancing Block Party

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If the weather is nice and you have neighbors who live close, consider giving them a call to see if they would join you outside - from a safe distance. Take a chair out on the porch and spend a little time catching up, from at least 6 feet away.  No close neighbors? Consider spending some time outdoors anyway. Being surrounded by nature often makes us feel more connected.