Bass: No one wants to repeat this pandemic

Posted 3/24/21

The pandemic has been an ordeal that none of us want to repeat.

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Bass: No one wants to repeat this pandemic

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The pandemic has been an ordeal that none of us want to repeat.

Sun City West residents have had to deal with closed facilities and restrictions on those that were open. However, even with the restriction on the access to the R.H, Johnson Library, 13801 W. Meeker Blvd., it has been able to maintain service through the past year.

At the height of the pandemic when access to the building was denied, the paid staff and a small group of volunteers kept the flow of books, puzzles, CDs and DVDs going by handing them to the recipients at the curbside. The library opened on a restricted basis March 9 while still making curbside pickup service available.

Should you desire to enter the building for the short time allowed be sure to thank those that kept our library accessible and making the pandemic somewhat bearable.

Bob Bass

Sun City West

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