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Iowa Department of Human Services advertised a service to help people find and schedule COVID-19 vaccinations and the Coralville Public Library shared this information on their Facebook page.
text reads: Iowans with barriers to scheduling a vaccine…

The Coralville Public Library Teen Advisory Board requested submissions for art work for the 2021 summer reading program. Lienah Ali was selected as winner for the bookmark design.
Text form post: Congratulations Lienah on winning our Teen Art…

The entrance to the library added guides and signage to help patrons to receive help and continued services from library staff in the library. Though the doors remained closed, the library offered access to browsing and computers by appointment and…

A short poem reflecting on masks and how they are normalized as part of our daily routine.

Text:Masks are like…

Masks are like a shirt. There is the one that fits best. There is the one with the company logo and the one with the…

Women work on individual projects while physically distanced with masks. The Coralville Parks and Recreation Department sponsored group at the Pavilion, called EngAge Coffee and Crafts. EngAge is programming for older adults to promote activity,…

A picture of a pineapple whip ice cream cone, taken in the West Music parking lot in Coralville, Iowa. The City of Coralville promoted the importance of filling out the 2020 Census and provided iPads to people to help them fill it out online. After…

A homemade sign protesting the Governor Kim Reynolds order that schools open despite the pandemic. Sign reads "Save our kids! Local control fro schools. Sign the Facebook petition"

People wait in line to order Pineapple whip ice cream from an ice cream truck on Corridor Way in Coralville, Iowa.

A flagpole bent over during a strong wind storm called a Derecho on August 10, 2020. In the front yard of a house on Ozark Ridge in Coralville, IA.

A tree that fell on a minivan during the Derecho storm on Ozark Ridge in Coralville, Iowa.

Tree in Pitcher Family's back yard that was broken apart by storm. This was taken after down branches had been moved to wall of debris ready for pick up and removal to landfill.

The Pitchers live on a corner lot with multiple damaged trees. The wall of debris covered both sides of the lot. More debris piles can be seen across the street on the corner of Oak Lake Park Road and Holiday Rd.

A large evergreen tree is uprooted during the August 10, 2020 Derecho storm. It is laying in front of an intact tree. The trees were located in the court yard of Parkside Manor Apartments.

15 new wireless hot spots being added to the Library collection. These will make it more than 60 available for the public to check out. Before the pandemic the Library had 10 hot spots available. The Coralville Public Library received several…

A tree damaged during Derecho Storm August 10, 2020 on Holiday Rd.

A Black Lives Matter sign placed in a front yard of a Coralville residence on Waterford Drive.

A yard sign urging citizens to vote in the upcoming elections November 3, 2020.
Text reads: "don't hope. vote. forchange" "see you at the polls" "tuesday November 3, 2020"

Two yard signs from the Iowa City Community School District (City High School and West High School in Iowa City and Northwest Junior High School in Coralville.) supporting teachers and students.
Red sign reads: "City High School" " We love our…

Yard signs on Holiday Road in Coralville, Iowa. First sign reads " Black Lives Matter, We Stand Together, We are City High Little Hawks, The school that leads" The second sign reads " City High School, We love our Teachers" The third sign reads "…

A yard sign on Holiday Road in Coralville. Iowa. The sign reads "We stand together #inthistogether, University of Iowa Healthcare"
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