Lora Juhl Tony Neumann Todd Bicknese

Iowa Falls and Alden Superintendent Tony Neumann (left) SLC Director Lora Juhl and School Board President Todd Bicknese pose for a photo as Juhl presents a $1,000 check to the district.

Things were moving quickly last spring when the first cases of COVID-19 were popping up around America. There was uncertainty about what the virus actually was, how deadly it might be and how to people could protect themselves from it. It was a scary time for people in charge of caring for the most vulnerable citizens, like Scenic Living Communities Director Lora Juhl. 

"When everything hit back in March there was so much information coming out on things we needed to do," Juhl said. "The whole concept of needing to have eye protection and a surgical mask on, or if you had a homemade mask you had to have a face shield. There was just so much coming out."

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