Physics Students Help Highline Community with 3D-Printed Face ShieldsFall Quarter at Highline College Starts Sept. 28DES MOINES, Wash. — Upon hearing news there was a personal protective equipment shortage from the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, physics students at Highline College got to work.With the guidance of physics instructor Aleya Dhanji, four students who are part of the local Highline College chapter of Society of Physics Students began producing face shields using 3D printers on campus. To date,
Cascade Regional Blood Services is in critical need of Platelets and O Positive blood due to a high use of blood products by our area hospitals and lower than normal collections. Cascade Regional Blood Services is calling on community members, of all blood types, to make an appointment at a donor center, located in Tacoma, Puyallup, and Federal Way, or at a mobile drive throughout the next few weeks. All donors will automatically be entered into a drawing for a $500 VISA or Amazon gift card and will receive
Thank you for your support! Thanks to the generosity of our online and offline donors and bidders, "A Night in Old Havana," raised more than $19,000 for the Federal Way Symphony! All proceeds from our virtual auction will benefit the Symphony's performance and educational programs. But we are still $6,000 short of our $25,000 goal and you can help! Our donation page will remain live for the next several days. Simply click Donations to make your tax-deductible contribution to the Federal Way Symphony.
PSE Foundation Offers COVID Recovery Grants1st Round Deadline August 31In July, the PSE Foundation launched a new $400,000 competitive grant program to aid the community and their customers in response and recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonprofit and public charity organizations located within PSE’s 16 county service and operation areas can apply for a grant to be selected through a competitive process. Deadlines are August 31 and October 1, with funding awarded in October and December respectively. The
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Puget Sound Energy has developed resources to help small and medium sized businesses and will not be disconnecting customers for non-payment during this time. PSE will work with its customers on options such as payment plans and choosing a new bill due date.https://www.pse.com/pag…/help-for-your-small-medium-business
To provide the unique care our community needs right now, MultiCare announced today it will be offering free e-visits to anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms (mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough or difficulty breathing) through its Virtual Care, regardless of travel or contact with those who have recently traveled. For those who may require more testing or additional care, the virtual care staff will help navigate patients to the appropriate site. You’re welcome to share this free resource with
While many of us took vacations and basked in the Pacific Northwest sun this summer, students from Highline College and three other colleges went on a study abroad trip to learn about the supply chain. Students from North Seattle College, Tacoma Community College and Wenatchee Valley College joined Highline students on the first Follow the Supply Chain Study Abroad Program to visit apple orchards of Wenatchee, a shoe headquarters in Seattle and the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. And thanks to