2022 Spring Report to the People

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After two and a half years of separation and virtual meetings, things are slowly getting back to us physically being together. We missed seeing all of your faces and we are happy that many of you are returning to the office. As we prepare for your return, staff have been busy navigating the waters to structure and organize more in person opportunities. We have been steadily pivoting and doing what has been needed to jump start our programs. So much so we almost forgot our spring edition of Report to the People.

This edition is all about updates. What we have done and we are planning to do. Staff is busy planning summer programs and classes for everyone to be able to attend. While we are moving forward, we did learn some things during the pandemic that we will take with us. First, sanitizing is important. If you see us wiping down or spraying during class, we are just keeping germs, of all kinds, down. Second, hybrid learning works. Many are geared up and ready to sit in rooms with everyone; others not so much. We don’t judge, we just improvise. Our office has a meeting owl that allows individuals to continue to participate at in person meetings/trainings while being home or at their place of work. We continue to make strides to meet our clients where they feel most comfortable. Last but certainly not least, grace is always and forever will be extended. We are human and you are too. We are getting in the swing of things and trying to cover bases, but we tend to forget things also. Bear with us and please be patient.

Again, this year we have included NC Extension Impact Summary Sheet for you to view. As always, thank you for your continued support as we continue to learn, grow, share and lead. Enjoy the contents of our newsletter.

2022 Spring Report to the People Newsletter

Written By

Pam Layfield, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionPam LayfieldCounty Extension Administrative Assistant Call Pam Email Pam N.C. Cooperative Extension, Anson County Center
Updated on May 23, 2022
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