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5 Things: March 3, 2020

Doctor

1. Talking to Kids About Corona

There's a lot of information, misinformation, and plenty of reasons to be skeptical about what we're hearing about Covid-19 on the news and in social media. Just because something is serious, doesn't mean we should freak out. 
Sometimes those most vulnerable to hysteria are children. It's hard to figure out how to talk about serious, complicated, or scary things with young kids. 
If you believe that you have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 and are experiencing symptoms, please contact King County Health at 206-477-3977.
For general, non-emergency information, please contact 1-800-525-0127.
Business Expo

2. It's Showtime

May 7 | 4:00 - 7:00 pm
Hilton Bellevue

Discover new business opportunities and showcase your products and services to the community at the 2020 Eastside Business Expo co-hosted by OneRedmond, the Bellevue Chamber, and the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce.
Exhibitor Pricing
Member Exhibitor: $300* | Non-Member Exhibitor: $500
*OneRedmond, Bellevue Chamber, and Greater Kirkland Chamber Members: contact your Chamber for a member discount promo code before registering
Fake News

3. We Call Bull$***

March 19 | 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Westin Bellevue

Celebrated UW professors Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West help us see truth in the modern media morass. Learn how data, images, video, and more can be distorted to serve an agenda; and what you need to know to see through all the bull****.

4. There Oughta Be A Law

The past week was packed with every type of session activity at the Capitol. The flurry started on Monday when the Senate released their proposed operating budget and the House released their proposed operating, capital and transportation budgets. In addition to the activity around budgets, it was also a packed week of hearings. With opposite house policy cutoff on Friday, February 28th, the week was full of policy hearings and executive sessions to move bills out of committee by cutoff.
Fain

5. An Executive Message

Bellevue Chamber CEO, Joe Fain, shares the Chamber's vision for building community and bringing people together to solve problems. Listen to what the Chamber is doing to help activate Eastside businesses and their employees to make a difference.
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