[OYAN] Fall programs
briannas at wccls.org
Wed Aug 11 17:21:00 PDT 2021
I had been planning on in person but I am sticking with virtual now with a hope to transition. I agree Mark, it's exhausting and it's hard to get engagement online.
We are meeting in person outdoors to have a water fight on Friday so at least we'll all see each other again!
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Subject: Re: Fall programs
My current thinking is to plan for virtual but state that we will transition to in person or hybrid if things get better. General craft programs or game programs can be done either way in my mind. Things that don't require a lot of prep and can be changed quickly are where I'm leaning.
I'd like to get teen council in person. That's my top goal at the moment.
I'm curious, those doing in person, are you requiring proof of vaccination? masks? registrations?
Tempted to try some things outside but we don't have a great spot for it and..you know... the weather.
Sigh, it's been really hard to deal with this frankly. It's exhausting. I really don't want to do virtual.
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Subject: RE: Fall programs
We are hesitating at the moment, but I’d love to know of others who considering in-person.
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Subject: Fall programs
Are you doing in person programs this fall? I'm struggling to decide. Teens can be vaccinated and with the mask mandate, I feel like it's comparable to school. I just want to know what you are thinking!
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