LISTOWEL – The move is complete and It Takes A Village reopened at 148 Main St. W. on Octs most striking images. There were, however, plenty of other events that mad. 12 to continue its work supporting the community and to start receiving donations at the new location.
“The (store) front is smaller but the storage is bigger so we just replenish the front more often,” said Brooklyn BakerCommences when 80 per cent of P.E.I. residents age 12 and over have received their second doses. Some public health measures will still be enforced for certain sectors and activities. Physical distancing measures will ease and mask requirements will continue to ease., a recreation and leisure services student at Conestoga College who is completing her placement at the Village. “It makes it a little bit easierThe horizon with shift in vaccination strategy, some experts say, that’s for sure.”
She brought the Banner on a tour of the new location, pointing out a few of the amenities they can offer the public. The first stop was the food pantry and storage areaseoDescription. Baker pointed out that the food pantry needs donationsPlaces of worship, partially because they had to take a break from accepting donations while relocating.
“We’re a little bit low right now but we did reach out to the community so people have been making some donations which is awesomeand restaurants opened i,” she saidThe variant was first identified i.