Our community is experiencing a unique situation with the onset of the COVID-19 infection affecting several areas around the world. This has caused valid concerns about attending events with large crowds. At LifeSpan, we have been working closely with CDEC, MP, State and local health care and service providers. As a reminder, we work with a medically fragile and vulnerable population, and so we are familiar with the need to be vigilant about situations and experiences that have the potential to cause harm. We have had to effectuate protocols across our company for the benefit of the friends we support that, in the short term, will prove to be frustrating and inconvenient for visitors and guests. We are not panicking or reacting out of fear, but out of respect for our population we serve and respect for our generous guests who want to attend this festive event but are concerned about the potential of exposure. As such, we have decided to postpone our Roaring 20s Casino Night. Our hope is to resume the event in late April or early May and all tickets purchased will be honored on the new date with some exciting incentives for those who choose to stay with us for the postponed date. Please be sure to share this update with anyone you may be bringing as a guest! We thank you for understanding our decision to err on the side of safety for our entire community. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you this spring!
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