The River City Rescue Mission has reopened its thrift store and is continuing its meal services after a temporary shutdown due to COVID-19.
The mission suspended the services Dec. 29 after some of its clients were exposed to the virus. At the time, directors Ernie and Cecile Hall said they would reopen when “everyone has tested negative negative.”
In a Facebook post Wednesday, the mission said it does not have any positive COVID-19 cases among clients or staff.
Meals to the public will be carry-out only starting Thursday, and will be available Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and again from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Mission Thrift Store will limit customers to 20 at a time. Masks are required, and temperatures will be taken.
We are so happy to announce that the Mission will reopen the Thrift Store and meals to the public (carry-out only) will…