Due to the current status of COVID-19 we are postponing tomorrow’s event (3/17/2020) at Muse Farms in Haralson, County. I am so sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and we will keep you updated with any rescheduling information.
I also wanted to take a moment and say that I hope everyone is staying safe during the COVID-19 crisis. As our leaders and government do what they think is best in responding to COVID-19, I also think it’s important not to panic. A little common sense will go a long way. I support the actions taken by President Trump and Governor Kemp and believe that America and particularly Georgia will hopefully be ahead of the curve when looking back.
Although having things like schools closed and working from home seem like an inconvenience, I’m appreciating the silver lining of spending some quality time with my wife and kids and hope you are able to take a glass-half-full approach as well.
Let’s also please keep in mind opportunities to pray and minister to those who may need a bit more help in this situation like the elderly or those with less freedom of mobility, etc. As the rest of us are rushing out for supplies, please check in with your neighbors who may could benefit from a couple items being delivered to their doorstep. To that end, if there’s anyone reading this message that is in need of assistance for a family member in Haralson, Paulding, or Polk counties, just let me know and I’ll do my best to get them connected to individuals, resources, or organizations that are supporting families during this time.
Again, please stay safe, count your blessings, use common sense, follow public health guidelines, and let’s care for one another everyday.