In The Spotlight
5-5-21 | Kathy Moore from Public Health - Muskegon County. We discuss the Governors "Vac to Normal" program when restrictions will be lifted as vaccination levels are attained. Muskegon County is right on par with the program with the percentages. Will there be a necessity for the "card", Kathy doesn't think so. Some of the restrictions were lifted yesterday like up to 100 people at an outdoor gathering. Availability of testing and vaccines is getting really simple at your local drug store or health care facility. Call ahead and make sure though. Stay the course on precautions, wash hands, stay a safe distance and don't hang all over each other just yet.
It's been a never ending adaptation of pretty much everything as we've gone through the last year plus. We've seen the best in some of us, and sometimes the circumstances have pushed us all to who we'd rather not be. We've had things taken away, we've had things come along we didn't know we needed and as we continue the path to returning to what will be, we're starting to see that some of the things that unite us most carry on and find ways to make sure they continue on safely like the Mercy Health Seaway Run which will be happening in Muskegon in 52 short days. Race Director Bryan Lambert joins me for a talk about the event.
Orchard View Adult Education is A) open B) transforming what "Adult Education" means C) willing to throw in free DRIVERS EDUCATION to qualifying students. We got your attention now? At Orchard View Adult Education they are working overtime to make sure that those in need of a GED or some more training can get it, in person or on a virtual platform. They will work to customize a plan to help people learn at their own pace and they are working double overtime to get rid of the stigma of Adult Education. It's NEVER a bad time to get the learning you need!