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Living In The COVID Question

A few months ago, the world was assured that there was “no clear evidence” of human-to-human transmission of Covid-19. Shortly thereafter, when it became obvious that the virus was spreading among people, scientists believed that Covid-19 was primarily a respiratory infection that could result in viral pneumonia. Today we know a lot more about this …

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Sheltering While the Bombs Fell During WWII

In the early stages of World War II, Winston Churchill declared that London was “the greatest target in the world.” His assessment was strikingly accurate. Adolf Hitler wanted to destroy the British morale, so his air fleet (the terrifying Luftwaffe) launched a sustained bombing offensive that ultimately killed or seriously injured more than 80,000 and …

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Recalling the Wisdom of Anne Frank in Troubled Times

“Everyone is scared…the end is nowhere in sight…one small act of carelessness and we are done for.” During these times of unsettling widespread lockdowns and tragic deaths due to COVID-19, the words of Anne Frank offer special meaning. Frank and seven others hid out in a 450 square foot “secret annex” in the heart of …

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Solie Everett ArtWalk March 15th 6pm-10pm

As part of our community outreach Solie Funeral Home has become part of the Monthly Everett Artwalk.  During this event we invite the public to come anytime during Artwalk hours 6pm-10pm on the third Thursday of the month.  Artwork and artists are available on-site to see and meet.  Refreshments, free parking and wheelchair access are …

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