Wheat: Open centers, let people make choices

Posted 11/25/20

Let’s open the rec centers and let those that want to come do so and let others that are concerned about the virus stay away.

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Wheat: Open centers, let people make choices

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Let’s open the rec centers and let those that want to come do so and let others that are concerned about the virus stay away.

No one is forcing people to come to the rec centers, it is up to the individual. If the rec centers remain closed then residents may learn to do without them, that they really do not need the rec centers and maybe, just maybe they will find out they don’t need the Sun Cities either.

Am I concerned about the virus? Absolutely, that’s why I wear a mask. I wear a mask everywhere I go, but I haven’t stopped going to Home Depot, True Value, Walmart, etc. and there are a lot of people that I encounter at these places.

Robert L. Wheat

Sun City

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