St. Joseph County Boys & Girls Club reopens
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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – The Boys & Girls Club of St. Joseph County is reopening for a summer program on July 6th. Four of their locations will offer the program to provide kids a safe, educational, and fun place to go as families return to work.
The Club has been closed for 15 weeks and officials say they are happy to get back to work, but the most important part is the health and safety of the kids.
“It’s our job to protect our kids it’s also my job to protect our staff. No volunteers will be allowed in the building, no parents will be allowed in the building. We’ve got drop off protocols outside the building and again that’s in our best effort to protect everyone that we’re serving,” said Jacqueline Kronk, CEO of Boys & Girls Club.
Club staff and all attending children will have their temperature checked daily, everyone will have to wear masks indoors, and hands must be washed regularly.
Smaller groups of kids will be together and high-touch areas will be frequently disinfected.