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March 02nd, 2021
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Mosaic staff, clients receive vaccinations

mosaic vaccine recipientMosaic Community Relations Manager Raymond Ardery receives a shot as part of the agency’s recent clinic to get its staff and clients vaccinated against COVID-19. Courtesy photoROBERT PIERCE • Leader & Times


With COVID-19 vaccines readily becoming available, Liberal’s Mosaic office recently had the opportunity to give its staff and clients the vaccine through three clinics.

Mosaic is partnering with Walgreens for the clinics, the first of which took place Jan. 22, the second Feb. 12 and a third and final one this coming Friday.

Because it has frontline workers, Mosaic Director Janeth Trevizo said the agency was fortunate to be on the list from the state to qualify to be among the first to obtain the vaccine.

“Therefore, our direct support professionals were able to get it, as well as all of our people in service,” she said. “They originally had planned for us to do two separate clinics with one for just staff and one for people in service. It ended up being where we planned it and did it together.”

Trevizo said Mosaic clients were given the vaccine first.

“We had a whole great system set up to allow for social distancing, for checking in and for a waiting period,” she said. “We had them come in through one door through the back. They would check in with all their paperwork, and our case managers did a wonderful job of getting all that information completed before the clinic. We had the consents ready to go for our individuals.”

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Susan Lukwago, Liberal


What a delight to read Sherrie Harrison's letter to the editor.

What a gift to God and to the community.

Thank you very much, Ms. Harrison, for taking the time to compose and share such a beautiful experience.

I really also appreciate your openness and perspective on life.  I am so grateful to live in the same community as you do.

Not only did God smile that day, and every day since, you made me and many others (I am sure) smile.