03/24/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about a grand jury investigating 15 in-custody deaths, Omaha hospitals protecting patients’ private information, and Gov. Pete Ricketts opposing gambling and pension bills in Nebraska’s Legislature. 

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Reed Moore’s Things To Do In The Spring

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Fight Food Insecurity

Heart Ministry Center
2222 Binney St.

Everyone deserves access to food. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has worsened many social and structural inequalities that make food insecurity possible and prevalent in our great city.

That’s why you should spend your springtime helping others in need – after all, there’s no better gift than giving. And Heart Ministry’s Choice Food Pantry – an invaluable resource to Omaha’s food-insecure population – could not function as successfully as it has, or at all, without the help of thoughtful volunteers.

This is a great way to get involved with the community and have fun in the process. It’s simple and worth it to sign up on Heart Ministry’s website.

Additionally, if you are interested in attending the Choice Food Pantry this spring (once every 30 days), please do. There are updated pantry hours due to COVID-19.

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