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Stay connected with Social Distancing Greeting Cards

Social distancing has brought unique challenges. While pandemic has inspired new ways to adapt, it is also reinvigorating ways to stay connected. Our goal is to bring you peace of mind and remind you that you are not alone.

One way of doing that is through simple yet beautifully designed Social Distancing Greeting Cards. Send these fun cards to friends and family instantly through email and social media, or you can print the various designs to mail them to those who could use a handwritten message.

• To print the entire set, select print from your computer. Check off “Print all pages,” which is the default setting for most computers, and then click “PRINT.”

• To print a specific greeting card, select print from your computer. Then enter the page number of the greeting card you would like to print. Finally, click “PRINT.”

Bring a smile to someone’s face by sharing these cards on social media. Just head to our Facebook page and click “SHARE.”

The health and safety of our hard-working clients, many who are currently working on the front lines, will always remain our number one priority. As a reminder, you can get your questions answered by calling our Pond Lehocky COVID-19 Hotline at 267-606-4343. Stay safe and well.

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