To help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, we have canceled daytime senior citizen and all evening activities.
Community Center Limited Opening – beginning October 12, 2020 In our phased approach to add activity to our Community Center, we will only be open for evening gym use and exercise classes at this time.
As COVID-19 continues to change almost everything we do including how we operate the Community Center, we are going to try limited evening activities at the Center starting Monday, October 12, 2020. We recognize the need for activities, and we intend to do our best to provide a safe atmosphere to those who choose to participate but we need your help.
We are required to follow the Governor’s “Responsible RestartOhio – Gyms, Dance Instruction Studios, and Other Personal Fitness Venues” guidelines. You will notice some changes at the Community Center. Signage to inform you of our required changes as well as reminding all of us of those essential things to help control the spread of the virus. You will also see an abundance of hand sanitizer and cleaning materials that will be available for everyone’s protection. Face coverings are required within the Center before and after the “active” portion of the exercise classes and gym use. You will need to provide your own face covering. We have also reduced the capacity of classes to observe social distancing requirements.
EVERYONE is required to check in at the Front Desk so that we can obtain current contact information for the possibility of contact tracing if that necessity arises. Please be patient as this is new for all of us and will take time. As required by State and Federal agencies, we ask that you observe six feet of space between fellow attendees during your visit. We ask that you self-asses your physical health before coming to the Center. Pay attention to signs that you may have COVID-19. Symptoms include one or several of the following: cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, fever, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, loss of taste or smell. Unfortunately, these signs are very similar to the common flu or other illnesses. Anyone experiencing any of these symptoms or have been exposed to someone with the virus is asked to stay at home. Please do not risk the health of your friends or neighbors, let’s try to keep everyone around you safe!
Meal Program & Senior Bus Transportation
WICKLIFFE NUTRITION SITE
MARCH 17 2020 UPDATE FOR MEALS DISTRIBUTION:
Regular Hot Meals at the Senior Center will be disrupted from March 17, returning TBD.
Lunch will be PICK-UP ONLY Monday – Friday at 11:30 AM at the Wickliffe Community-Senior Center. Cost is $1.50 for those 60 years old and over. Call Nancy Krause for a reservation at (440) 373-5017 one week in advance.
Nutritionist: Nancy Krause
Nutrition Center: (440) 373-5017
Meals-on-Wheels are available to Seniors 60 and over who are handicapped or housebound through the Lake County Council on Aging by calling (440) 205-8111.
Limited Senior bus transportation presently available. Questions for bus service please contact the Recreation Dept. at (440) 943-7120.