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We can’t control every situation, but we can control our emotions; we can control how we react to stress, pressure, and crisis; and we can control how we treat other people.

Choose to support our community, our local businesses, and our charitable organizations. #StayConnected

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

United Way of Lewis County is partnering with the Community Foundation of South Puget Sound, Twin Transit, Lewis County Seniors, and local organizations and businesses to raise money for the COVID-19 Response Fund! Donate or Volunteer Today!

Elvie’s Bistro at 105 East Center Street in Centralia offers pickup for their Asian fusion food and very delicious food. Call (360) 736-3826 and order yoru dinner and lunch today!

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Lewis County Seniors is a non-profit foundation (501c3) dedicated to serving the nutritional and social needs of our seniors. They are working with the United Way of Lewis County to ensure seniors in Lewis County receive a nutritional meal.

Bonanza BBQ and Catering in Toledo offers take out service Tuesday from 12 pm to 6:00 pm. Call 360 864 2277 or email with your order and time you would like to pick up slow cooked BBQ and more!

Thursday, March 19, 2020

McFilers is now offering essential service workers 15% off all food item, as well as anyone donating 3 cans of food for local families. Their current hours of operation at this time are 12:00 PM until 10:00 PM. Open 7 days a week. Call (360) 996-4400 to place an order. You can also stop by to order in person. Delivery is available up to 6 miles from the bar.

Book N Brush is an independent bookstore committed to providing an interesting and diverse selection of books, gift merchandise, fine art supplies, educational toys and custom framing. Looking for something for kids and students, visit them online or call (36) 748-6221.

Lewis County Autism Coaltion is a catalyst for community action and partnerships that support families and advance success in school, work and life for people on the autism spectrum. This is a community who needs your support and donations now more than ever!

Friday, March 20, 2020

Mill’s Diner is temporarily closed. BUT, be sure to support this amazing Rochester Diner when it reopens. They are located on Route 12 in Rochester.

Mary’s Corner Medical Clinic is located on Jackson Highway in Chehalis and offers respiratory screenings during eh COVID-19 pandemic, as well as other medical services. Call (360) 262-3966 for more information or an appointment.

Boccata is open at 11:00am Tuesday through Saturday offering lunch and dinner service in downtown Centralia through pick up or Door Dash. They are offering a huge menu found on Facebook or at the restaurant located on North Tower in Centralia. Call (360) 736-2404 to place your order today.

Nelson’s Just Wood Furniture in Centralia provides Home Furniture, Office Furniture, Beddings, Bookcases, Unfinished Furniture, Bunk Beds, Sofas & Loveseats. Everyone is home a little more right now, so visit them located on South Gold Street in Centralia, and available at (360) 736-3832.

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Keep listing to the Let’s Talk About It Show with Peter Abbarno weekdays at 8:30am on KELA AM1470 and We will be highlighting businesses and organizations every weekday during the show and talking about the issues imporatnt to your community.

Call (360) 330-5352 to share your thoughts and opinions on air.

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