Posts Tagged 'coronavirus'
Because of ongoing concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame has canceled its 2020 Induction Banquet in Springfield. The banquet was scheduled for Sept. 24 in the White River Conference Center adjacent to the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium in Springfield, where the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame exhibits are housed. “The rapid spread of the contagious coronavirus in recent weeks convinced our Board of Directors to cancel this […]
Normally, Salem Parks & Recreation opens the Salem City Lake or Salem Reservoir this month, but with the coronavirus pandemic and the state’s stay-at-home order in full force, that isn’t going to happen. At this point, Parks Director Shane Franks announced his new target date for opening is May 2, pending the lifting of the stay-at-home order and the go-ahead from local and state health agencies. His plan is to extend the season into October, […]
While most fashion and athletic retailers across the country are now closed amid the coronavirus outbreak, Cabela’s and parent company Bass Pro Shops remain open for business. FN reached out to several Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops locations throughout the country today, and representatives at each of them confirmed that it’s business as usual. A media rep for the company didn’t respond to a request for comment. An employee of the Cabela’s store in Gainesville, […]
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is winding its way into everyone’s conversations and monopolizing the discussion. While COVID-19 should clearly be taken seriously, we remain hopeful that this experience will teach us something about ourselves and each other. Occupying your mind is a step toward avoiding apprehension. Being creative in order to uplift spirits and sweep away boredom can be extremely important in terms of maintaining good mental health. Look for something that is fun to […]