What is VCC?

We have so much need for respectful, positive conversation in our nation and community, for we have many important issues to understand and address.  Vital Community Conversations (VCC) offers our community a series of gatherings for community discussion of such issues.  The purpose of these periodic gatherings is to provide community members with the opportunity to understand and discuss issues that are of immediate relevance to society and our community.  By stimulating these roundtable conversations, we hope to address our community’s needs.


Taking Action Together:
Meeting Community Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The second in a series of Virtual Vital Community Conversations related to COVID-19 was held on Tuesday, April 14

Representatives of eight grassroots organizations and community members met to discuss local needs during COVID-19. The conversation focused on four topics: education, domestic violence, mental health, and poverty/food insecurity/homelessness.

A recording of the meeting may be accessed on ZOOM at this link.  (Access Password: z8@U.y4v)


Deeper discussions on each of the four topics are scheduled for 7:00-8:30 p.m.
on the specific dates and links listed beside each topic below.

1. Education - Thursday, April 16  (https://zoom.us/j/990520397)

2. Domestic violence - Friday, April 17  (https://zoom.us/j/894825504)

3. Mental health - Tuesday, April 21  (https://zoom.us/j/175473781)

4. Poverty/Food insecurity/Homelessness - Wednesday, April 22  (https://zoom.us/j/715483322)

For further information e-mail vccmoscowid@gmail.com or visit


COVID-19 Resources on the Palouse

For a list of resources for those who need assistance and/or want to get involved in efforts to address COVID-19 on the Palouse, click here...


Video of March 31 Vital Community Conversation

This Vital Community Conversation addressed the present COVID-19 situation and responses.  Guest panelists included Carol Moehrle, District Director, Public Health, Idaho North Central District, Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert, and Latah County Commissioner, Tom Lamar.  Watch the video here...



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