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We are Marco & Charlotte Oscarson and we own 10 editions of Coffee News on Vancouver Island in BC, Canada. 

We were just shy of our 24th year when Covid hit and shut down ALL the restaurants. Who would have ever seen that coming? 

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June 1 - 7, 2020 - North Nanaimo Edition

Coffee News North Nanaimo
Please Note: The economy is slowing opening up but not all businesses are back to 100%, some of our advertisements may have incorrect info (hours, days open, etc.) If in doubt, please contact them directly for more information. Click links to their websites. We, Coffee News, plan to return our printed editions in the coming weeks. Stay safe!

Map of America: American Shannon Downey of Chicago, Illinois, loves to embroider. She finds and buys unfinished craft projects at estate sales, which she finishes and donates. She met her match, however, when she bought a huge unfinished quilt and embroidery project of a United States map showing each state’s flower. Not knowing how to quilt, she put out a plea on social media and soon had lots of help. She mailed sections to her helpers, who were asked to mail them back. Downey intends to finish the project that had been started by a woman named Rita Smith, who passed away at age 99.

Long lashes: Two pretty cocker spaniels, who are sisters, are apt to make fashion models jealous. The dogs, Cloe and Nena, have extremely long eyelashes that amaze onlookers. Owner Vittoria Di Castri of Milan, Italy, insists that her pets’ lashes are real. She spends hours grooming the dogs, who love all the attention. Di Castri trims and combs the lashes that can grow more than five centimetres (two inches). The canine pooches have become a social media sensation, and they love to pose for the camera.
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Natty knitter: Samuel Barsky of Baltimore, Maryland (U.S.), loves knitting and also loves traveling with Deborah, his wife. This creative fellow has found a way to combine the two. Before leaving for a trip, he designs and knits a sweater with an image of a landmark at his destination. He has knit images of the Eiffel Tower, Niagara Falls, and Stonehenge onto sweaters. Others feature the Statue of Liberty and London’s Tower Bridge. When he visits each landmark, he takes a photo of himself wearing the appropriate sweater. Barsky is starting to make a name for himself on social media.

Missing boy found: A thermal camera drone operator helped bring about a happy ending to the story of a missing boy. Steve Fines offered to help search for Ethan Haus, a little boy who got lost in the woods with his dog near his home in Sherburne, Minnesota (U.S.). Many volunteers came to help as darkness fell. In the past, Fines had used his camera to find missing cattle, but never children! Coordinating efforts with ground searchers, he was able to zero in on Ethan and his dog, remotely lighting the drone so the searchers could find the spot.
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“A mother is not a person to lean on, but a person to make leaning unnecessary.” - Dorothy Canfield Fisher

“Our way is not soft grass, it’s a mountain path with lots of rocks. But it goes upwards, forward, toward the sun.” 
 - Ruth Westheimer
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How We’ll Keep Transmission Low 
What the New Normal Means for You

B.C.’s progress in the fight against COVID-19 is a direct result of the sacrifices and decisions that we have all made. To continue to protect seniors and ‘at risk’ people and ensure that our health care system can respond to this dangerous virus, means that we all have to keep doing our part – at home, in the community and at work.

Stay at home and keep a safe distance from family when you have cold or flu symptoms, including: Coughing, sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue and/or fever.

Enjoy your small group gatherings but meet outside or in bigger spaces. Continue to be mindful of no handshaking or hugs outside of your family. Air hugs only. 

Practice good hygiene including: Regular hand washing, avoid touching your face, coughing and sneezing into your elbow, disinfecting frequently touched surfaces. 

Keep physical distancing as much as possible when in the community and where not possible, please use a non-medical mask or face covering.

During this phase 2, BC government are asking people to stay close to home and avoid any travel between communities that is not essential.
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1. Is a doubloon coin gold or silver?
2. In the Queen’s English, what is a brolly?
3. Whose initials might you find carved in a tree?
4. Name the bird that can swim but cannot fly.
5. A pommel horse is used in which sport?
(see bottom for answers)
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This may be a time for being with people, and especially for giving something of yourself and your talents to others. You might feel a need to be seen and noticed. Lucky Numbers: 1, 15, 23, 34, 37, 47.
A dear friend or loved one may need your assistance right now. You could be called upon to care for them, so try your best to spread some enjoyment. Lucky Numbers: 6, 9, 13, 24, 31, 34.
You may be more charismatic, and your life might be likely to be both harmonious and satisfying. Your creative and artistic efforts also could flourish at this time. Lucky Numbers: 9, 17, 29, 35, 39, 45.
Your inner feelings and need for closeness may emerge very strongly. You also might channel these feelings into creative work that expresses your deepest self. Lucky Numbers: 8, 14, 16, 39, 46, 49.
This may be a great time to begin implementing plans that you have made for yourself, as anything you do to move toward achieving a cherished goal might go well. Lucky Numbers: 3, 7, 23, 27, 43, 47.
Making worthwhile professional contacts and reaching out to those who can help you take care of business in an orderly, clear way might be well favoured. Lucky Numbers: 2, 4, 5, 22, 34, 45.
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Acting on impulse, changing your usual routine, and using your intuition, rather than following a prescribed way of doing things, may be called for now. Lucky Numbers: 3, 11, 13, 22, 26, 33.
This may be a time to get feedback from others about what you are doing. Relationships could be activated, and cooperation and compromise might be required. Lucky Numbers: 32, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39.
You may be creatively, artistically, or spiritually inspired by those around you. Your imagination, intuition, and sensitivity might help you find your true passion. Lucky Numbers: 8, 9, 14, 18, 19, 34.
You may be optimistic, hopeful, and forward looking right now. You might be receptive to the points of view of others. Contracts and negotiations could be favoured. Lucky Numbers: 5, 14, 22, 27, 31, 34.
This may be a time for you to shine! You might have an extra measure of energy and confidence, and may make a strong impression on those in your environment. Lucky Numbers: 4, 17, 26, 30, 33, 39.
Your reputation may benefit you now. People could see you as a loving and lovable person and as someone who is sensitive to their needs and feelings, Lucky Numbers: 7, 18, 24, 27, 36, 44.
Lucky numbers this week: This week’s odds favour Libra winners with the luckiest number being 3.
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Night flower: A cactus known as Queen of the Night (Selenicereus grandiflorus) blooms only once a year for one single night. They grow wild in Mexico, Florida (U.S.), and parts of the Caribbean.

Young singer-songwriter: Canadian musician Shawn Mendes quickly rose to international fame for his pop music. In 2014, his first single was “Life of the Party,” which was released when he was only 15.
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Frightful: Someone who is afraid of clowns is said to have coulrophobia. This phobia is not very common. Some researchers think it may come about because a clown’s makeup hides their feelings, and they are mischievous.

Paint the room: If a wall is painted with matte paint, there will be no shine when it dries. Gloss paint, on the other hand, has a lot of shine and therefore will show all the imperfections on the wall.

Wild and free: There are wild horses on the barrier islands of the Outer Banks, off the coast of North Carolina (U.S.). The original horses were left there by Europeans who landed there over 500 years ago.
Can You Spot All 10 Differences?

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What goes through towns, up hills, and down hills but never moves? The road!

Found in a heap of recycled folders donated to a school was one labeled “Excuses I Have Used.”

Customer: “Do you have anything that will cure fleas?
”Veterinarian: “Maybe. What made them sick?”

I’m the size of an elephant, but I weigh nothing. What am I?
An elephant’s shadow!

Jury: Twelve people brought together to decide who has the best lawyer.
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Trivia Answers: 1. Gold 2. Umbrella 3. Sweethearts 4. Penguin 5. Gymnastics
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