Concerts and music festivals are synonymous with summer, but COVID-19 has changed all that. Performers want to protect themselves; fans want to protect themselves; and a packed stadium or arena isn’t conducive to social distancing.
Residents of Sandhills Care Center were waiting outside by the gazeebo as they watched for their loved ones to drive by on Tuesday, June 17th. Signs saying “I Love You” or “We Love You” were displayed by those in the vehicles. Residents also shared their love to those in the vehicles by holding “We Love You” signs for them and waving back at them. The Care Center has been closed to the public since March 13th due to COVID-19.
With some Directed Health Measures being lifted, the Ainsworth Swimming Pool will be opening on Thursday, June 25th for the public to enjoy this summer.
The celebration of America’s Independence is a long-held tradition, now often celebrated with food, family, friends and fireworks. Fireworks stands will be opening for business in the next few days when customers can purchase them between the dates of June 25th and ending at midnight on July 4th. In preparation for the upcoming Fourth of July, the Brown County Sheriff’s Office and the local fire departments wish to remind the public about the regulations concerning fireworks.
The Commissioners discussed sending a letter to taxing entities relating to current economic conditions and tax requests during the regular meeting of the Brown County Commissioners on Tuesday, June 16th.