One-day embroidery clinic announced for June 3 – Canon City Daily Record

First Stitches Sewing Store and Quilt Shop announces a one-day machine embroidery clinic, taught by award-winning quilter and seamstress Ms. Moo, to be held June 3 starting at 10 a.m. at their Cañon City store.

Attendees will learn many new techniques and have fun with Brother and Baby Lock’s high-end sewing and embroidery machines, the Luminaire XP2 and the Baby Lock Solaris 2. This event is open to current owners and those interested in machine embroidery. Machines are available for use and interested participants, who do not own either machine, are encouraged to attend. Registration is mandatory.

The event takes place in the Cañon City classroom at 212 S. 4th Street. Lunch will be served and each participant will receive a gift bag for their participation, as well as the projects they create. Sign up at www.firststitches.com or call 719-285-8088. The seats are limited. First Stitches Cañon City is located at 212 S. 4th Street, adjacent to the Royal Gorge Train Depot. They sell fabric and haberdashery, as well as JANOME™, Brother™ and Baby Lock™ sewing and embroidery machines. They also offer certified repair and maintenance services on sewing and embroidery machines from most major brands.

CPR and first aid training for adults and children announced via Starpoint

Starpoint will hold adult CPR and first aid training on the first Wednesday of each month and pediatric CPR and first aid training on the first Tuesday of each month. Classes are $45. Call 719-269-2235 to register.

Telehealth options now available in Colorado for quick access to COVID-19 treatments Coloradans can access telehealth by phone; Broadband internet is not required

Coloradans who test positive or think they have COVID-19 can use telehealth to access treatment options more quickly. COVID-19 treatment works best if you take it a few days after feeling sick or testing positive. Telehealth can help speed the process of accessing treatment, especially for Colorans in rural areas or others who cannot access an in-person appointment quickly enough.

Telehealth involves connecting with a doctor over the phone or through a video call. Thanks to telehealth, a doctor can assess you and, if necessary, offer you a treatment plan adapted to your needs. Coloradans who have a healthcare provider can ask them if telehealth is an option to learn more about COVID-19 treatment. People who do not have a provider or whose provider does not offer telehealth may be able to access a telehealth provider directly. Many commercial insurance companies offer telehealth services to their members. People should contact their insurance company to find out if telehealth services are available as part of their plan. This could help avoid reimbursable fees.

Additionally, the CDPHE has identified some telehealth services that offer same-day or next-day appointments for Coloradans seeking treatment. Some of these services may accept private insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. Be sure to read each company’s information carefully to determine if they accept your insurance, and check with them when making an appointment.

Visit our Telehealth Treatment Providers webpage to learn more about telehealth options for Coloradans. The list of telehealth companies on this page does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the CDPHE. Other telehealth companies operating in Colorado may not be listed here. The list of telehealth providers may change as the CDPHE continues to recruit companies offering these services.

Continue to stay up to date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov.

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