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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
This email is to provide some clarity regarding Halloween. We have conferred with other communities and trick-or treating will be allowed 6-8pm on October 31. Although this is a “proceed at your own risk” activity, the safety of our residents, young and old, is our top priority. It is your choice whether to participate or not (giving or receiving) or to perhaps instead plan a safe stay at home activity for your “at home” family. We are following the CDC guidelines for trick-or-treating. Please understand that trick or treat will look very different this year. There are many “at risk” residents that may not choose to participate. Please do not disturb the homes without lights. We need to work together to ensure the safety of everyone.
Attached is a Halloween Fact sheet compiled by the Ohio Department of Health. Below are some highlights of those recommendations for Parents and Guardians and Community Members. I encourage you to read all of the guidelines:
We understand how excited children are looking forward to wearing their costumes and feasting on their candy. That can happen safely if we adults are careful and have a plan for not only the kids having fun but being safe while doing so!
Thank you and be safe, wear your masks, maintain your distances and keep washing those hands.