GRAFTON— It’s time to color coordinate the family in their springtime best, as the Taylor County Family Resources (TCFR) offers a the opportunity to capture the moment with a Easter photo mini session.
The sessions were originally slated to be held at Gallery 62 West, but because of Coronavirus concerns, the location has been changed.
The event will now be held at the Taylor County Family Resources office, located at 105 Beech Street, on Friday, March 20, from 4:00-8:00 p.m.
Each session will last approximately 15 minutes and will include three edited images, as well as a print release for a cost of $20.
Lisa Wotring with TCFR advised that the event will take place unless the Governor hands down a mandatory shut down of all activities, and that measures will be taken to keep the areas safe and sanitary.
“No groups larger than 10 will be at the location at any time, and disinfecting measures will be used between all sessions,” she noted. “We are being safe while trying to keep normalcy during this time”
To reserve your time slot, please call 304-265-6838.
Wotring also wished to remind the public that while the organization is taking precautions to limit exposure to COVID-19, the pantries will remain open during their normal hours, 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., as they are essential to many community members.
Pantry services are all subject to availability. These services include food every seven days, pet supplies every 30 days, one can of baby formula per week and a one to two day supply of diapers per week.
Additionally, the TCFR also offers a clothing closet and an essential needs pantry to provide items such as cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items.
Organization members asked that through this trying time individuals please be understanding when coming to office and follow staff’s protocols for services.
Donations for any of the TCFR pantries are always welcome. If you are interested in making a donation, please call 304-265-6838 for details for send an inquiry via email to [email protected]