West River Community Project updates services due to COVID increases
WEST TOWNSHEND - COVID-19 is spreading like wildfire throughout the community and the West River Community Project has put protective measures into place. These measures are so that they can continue to serve, stay open, and keep people safe.
Anyone entering the building must wear a mask. There is no exception to this rule. If unable to wear a mask, have someone else come in the building for the time being. Sanitize hands upon entering the building. Sanitizer will be provided at the door.
WRCP will continue food service. People are encouraged to preorder food to keep congregating in its tiny building to a minimum. WRCP is currently working on a way for people to be able to order online. All food is takeout only. People cannot eat in the building for the time being. If waiting for food to be cooked, do so outside or in the car. Buzzers will be provided. Maintain social distancing while in the building.
If experiencing symptoms or have had close contact with someone who has tested positive, please stay home. Need help with anything? Let someone know and they will do what they can to assist.
The community as a whole has been doing its best to make sure it can continue its mission of supporting local agriculture so consider ordering from the online market. People will be able to order pizza kits to take home and prepare.
WRCP is currently in the process of assessing and evaluating its policies in regard to these unprecedented times and asks that people stay patient and understanding while charting these territories together.