Business/Organization COVID-19 Closings
Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson County
The Rabies Clinic scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been postponed. The event will, hopefully, be rescheduled at a later date in the spring. Updates for this and other future AWS events will be posted on the AWS website www.awsjc.org and their Facebook page.
Capitol Theatre Chambersburg
The Capitol Theatre Center is closed to the general public and all events at the Capitol Theatre Center through May 3 are either postponed or cancelled. Please check our website at www.thecapitoltheatre.org/ or Facebook page for updates.Current ticket holders and rental groups are in the process of being contacted. For more information, please call the box office at 717-263-0202.
Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore
Archbishop William E. Lori has determined that to safeguard the well-being the faithful of the Archdiocese of Baltimore and to prevent further community spread of the coronavirus, all public Masses are canceled until further notice. The faithful are encouraged to remain connected to their parishes and invited to participate in the Mass via broadcast and livestream.
Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg
Bishop Ronald W. Gainer has temporarily suspended all daily and weekend Masses in the Diocese of Harrisburg. Additionally, Bishop Gainer has suspended all public liturgies and devotions, and has asked that all churches and chapels be closed, including all perpetual adoration chapels. A listing of live broadcasting and/or recordings of Masses from parishes throughout the Diocese is available on the Health Alerts page of the Diocesan website. Daily and Sunday Masses are also available online at video.ewtn.com/daily-mass.
Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston
Bishop Mark Brennan has suspending the public celebration of Mass, both for Sunday obligation and daily Masses. All non-essential meetings, gatherings and parish events are to be postponed or cancelled.
Catoctin Furnace Historical Society
The Forged In Iron and Bone event scheduled for Saturday, March 14, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, May 6, from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Delaplaine Arts Center. Dr. Douglas Owsley, Cheyeny McKnight, Elayne Bond Hyman, Elizabeth Comer, Christopher Gardiner, and David Key have all confirmed their attendance for the new date.
If you cannot attend on May 6, you may donate your admission to someone of your choice or provide the ticket to someone who could not afford a ticket. Your ticket price will be considered a donation to the historical society and you will receive a receipt for the cost. If you wish to receive a refund, please contact Elizabeth Comer at 443-463-6437 or email [email protected].
Charles Town Library
The Charles Town (W.Va.) Library will be closed to the public until further notice. The popular Story Time events with Miss Debbie and Mr. Tim will continue live-streamed on Facebook when possible. Please check our website at www.ctlibrary.org and our Facebook page for updates.
Cunningham Falls State Park
The 50th annual Maple Syrup Festival, scheduled for March 14-15 and March 21-22, has been canceled.
Del. Larry Kump town hall
Del. Larry Kump’s post-legislative town hall meeting scheduled for Saturday. March 21, has been canceled.
As a public health precaution due to COVID-19, Discovery Station will temporarily close to the public beginning on Saturday, March 14. The museum will reopen on Tuesday, March 31. Museum staff will use this time of closure to clean and disinfect all of its exhibits. Please follow the museum’s social media pages for up-to-date information on the museum’s operations.
Eastern Panhandle WVU Alumni & Fan Club
The Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner honoring Richard “Rick” A. Pill scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, has been postponed. It will be rescheduled.
The Elwood’s Auctioneering estate sale scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been postponed. It will be rescheduled at a later date. Please check www.auctionzip.com and our Facebook page for updates.
Emmanuel United Methodist Church
The Summit Supper scheduled for Thursday, March 26, will be carry-out only. Meal is free and carry-outs will begin at 6:30 p.m. Please arrive timely so all can be served promptly.
Episcopal Diocese of Maryland
All parishes of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland will cancel public worship services through Friday, March 27. However, smaller groups, such as Twelve Step groups and other outreach ministries, should continue to meet. Check with your local parish for more information.
First Christian Church
First Christian Church of Hagerstown has canceled all church-related activities and all non-church functions scheduled on church property, including worship, through Saturday, March 28. Church staff will be available during normal office hours and will be working to provide weekly materials for families to worship from home. If you need pastoral care, please contact a member of the staff through the usual channels.
Four State Comic-Con
Four State Comic-Con has canceled an event scheduled to take place March 21-22 at Hagerstown Community College’s Athletic, Recreation, and Community Center.
Franklin County Jail
The Franklin County jail is suspending all social and contact professional visits for at least 30 days. All non-essential meetings, volunteer programs, and contractor visits are cancelled. All those entering the facility will undergo temperature checks prior to entering the facility.
Franklin County Historical Society
The Franklin County Historical Society meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been postponed. A new date will be posted online at www.franklinhistorical.org when it is scheduled.
Franklin County Area Agency on Aging
All Franklin County Senior Activity Centers will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17, until further notice. This includes all activities, congregate meals, scheduled tax days, and other programming to prevent and reduce the possibility of coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure.
Franklin County Senior Activity Center staff will be in contact with participants two times per week to offer available assistance and inquire about potential needs. Staff will be updating the Senior Activity Center Hotline at 717-660-2678 to provide information as it becomes available.
Home Delivered Meals (HDM) consumers will continue to receive meals on Monday and Wednesdays only and will receive a total of five meals per week. Consumers receiving frozen meals bi-monthly will continue to receive their normal delivery.
Participants should continue to notify their center, and/or case aide/manager, if there are any changes of which they should be aware. Any questions or concerns may be directed to your local senior center coordinator or the Franklin County Area Agency on Aging at 717-263-2153.
Frederick County Senior Services
The Frederick County Senior Services Division has temporarily closed all senior centers to the public. All activities, programs and events are canceled until further notice. The Meals on Wheels program will continue to deliver two meals a day to homebound adults, Monday through Friday, or adults of any age with a chronic health condition or disability who meet program eligibility guidelines and live in Frederick County. Senior Services Division offices will remain open and staff are available to answer questions at 301-600-1234. Additional information is available by visiting www.FrederickCountyMD.gov/seniorservices.
Frederick County Sheriff’s Office
In addition to operational changes already announced, the following has been modified:
• All courts in the Maryland Judiciary, court offices, administrative offices, units of the Judiciary, and the Offices of the Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be closed to the public on an emergency basis, effective March 16.
• Evictions will not be scheduled or executed until further notice
As a reminder, the following operations/services have already been modified:
•All visitations at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center and Work Release Center have been suspended until further notice
• All programs involving volunteers entering the detention center are suspended until further notice
• Fingerprinting Services will be closed until further notice, however Fingerprinting Services provided elsewhere throughout the county might still be open and operating
Changes or updates to this list may occur as the event progresses. For up-to-date information on any operational changes, follow the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook and Twitter or visit our website.
Friends of Shepherdstown Library
“Left of the Bank,” scheduled for Saturday, April 4, has been canceled.
Grace United Methodist Church
All church activities at Grace United Methodist Church in Hagerstown are canceled through Saturday, March 28. This includes Worship and Sunday School. Please visit www.graceumchag.org for updates.
Graceham Moravian Church
The turkey and oyster dinner scheduled for March 27 and 28 has been canceled.
Greencastle-Antrim Education Foundation
The Daddy Daughter Dance scheduled for Friday, March 27, has been postponed. A new date to be announced in the next few weeks. All tickets sold will be honored for the new day.
Greencastle-Antrim Baseball/Softball Association
All league activities from March 13 and through April 6 are canceled. This includes all practices, games and league meetings. All G-ABSA fields will be closed to organized practices.
Hagerstown Civil War Round Table
The Hagerstown Civil War Round Table meeting for March 26 is canceled.
Hagerstown Community College
• The STEMM Technical Middle College Info Session scheduled for March 18 has been canceled.
• A March 18 concert that was to be performed by Mark Rust for Irish American Heritage Month has been canceled.
• The Kepler Concert Series show featuring Steve Herberman and his trio, scheduled for Sunday, March 29, has been canceled.
• The Elements of Dramatic Production course performance of “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank,” scheduled for March 27 and 28, has been canceled.
Hagerstown Community College Alumni
• The 2020 HCC Alumni Cruise scheduled for May 3 to 16 has been canceled.
• The celebrity bartending event at Benny’s Pub scheduled for Friday, March 20, has been canceled.
Hagerstown Country Western Line Dance Association
The dance scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been canceled.
Hagerstown Parkinson’s Support Group
The Hagerstown Parkinson’s Support Group meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 2, has been canceled.
Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum
Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum will temporarily close to the public beginning on Friday, March 13. The museum plans to reopen on Friday, May 1. Museum staff will use this time of closure to clean and disinfect all of its exhibits. Please follow the museum’s social media pages for up-to-date information on the museum’s operations, or visit www.roundhouse.org.
Minor League Baseball has postponed the start of the 2020 season. The Hagerstown Suns were scheduled to open the season Thursday, April 9 at Rome, Ga., with their home opener scheduled for Thursday, April 16.
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
The Michael Ray and Carly Pearce concert scheduled for Friday, March 13, has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 17. Tickets for Friday’s concert are valid for the rescheduled date.
Interfaith Coalition of Washington County
• The Interfaith Forum scheduled for Thursday, March 19 at Christ’s Reformed Church in Hagerstown has been canceled. The event may be rescheduled at a later date.
• The Seekers Book Club scheduled for Thursday, March 19, has been canceled.
Islamic Society of Western Maryland
The Islamic Society of Western Maryland is suspending all congregational activities and Sunday schools through March 27. The mosque is still open for individuals to visit, but bigger assemblies are discouraged.
The Jacob Rohrbach Inn and Antietam Mercantile Company
The Inn and the Mercantile will be closed for at least two weeks, effective Sunday, March 15. We will continue to accept online and phone reservations for future stays during this time period.
John Wesley United Methodist Church
John Wesley United Methodist Church in Hagerstown is canceling all in-person gatherings including worship services through March 27. The office will remain open, and can be reached by phone or email.
Knights of Columbus – Chambersburg
The Knights of Columbus Council 1426 will be closed until further notice. This includes fish fries on Friday evenings and Bar Bingo on Sundays.
Knights of Pythias
The Knights of Pythias spaghetti dinner and bake sale scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been canceled.
Leadership Washington County
Leadership Washington County is postponing its April 21 event, LWC Presents Healthcare in Maryland and Washington County.
Mansion House Art Gallery
The Mansion House Art Gallery is closed from March 14 until April 3. The Valley Art Association general meeting on March 25 is cancelled. All art groups and classes at the Mansion House also will be cancelled during this period.
Maryland Department of Agriculture
The State Soil Conservation Committee will meet Thursday, March 19, at 9:30 a.m. via teleconference. The meeting is open to the public and will focus on soil conservation and water quality program implementation and policy development. For those interested in attending, please contact Alisha Mulkey, executive secretary for the State Soil Conservation Committee, at ali[email protected] or 410-841-5863 for call-in information.
Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services suspended all visits to correctional facilities effective Thursday to protect employees, inmates and detainees and their families.
The department will provide free phone calls and video visitation for inmates and is working on enhancing those visitation methods, according to a news release.
All inmate programming and volunteer activities, including outside job details, are suspended for two weeks, at which point they will be re-evaluated.
Maryland Ensemble Theater
Maryland Ensemble Theatre is suspending operations as of Monday, March 16. Its annual fundraiser, Retro Prom, scheduled for Saturday, March 28, has been rescheduled for Saturday, Aug. 22.
Maryland International Film Festival
The 9th Annual Maryland International Film Festival-Hagerstown scheduled for March 27 to 29, has been postponed. The board of directors is working on rescheduling the date.
Maryland Symphony Orchestra
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra concerts scheduled for March 14 and 15 have been postponed. MSO is working to reschedule these performances. Once confirmed in the coming days, MSO will reach out to all ticket holders to offer the option of attending an alternate performance, exchanging for another performance this season, or converting your tickets to a tax-deductible donation.
The Maryland Theatre
The Maryland Theatre is following the State of Maryland guidelines that it may not host gatherings of more than 250 persons through Friday, March 27.
Staff is working with promoters and local performance groups to reschedule events. Ticket holders will be able to use existing tickets for rescheduled events. No refunds or exchanges are being considered at this time.
Affected shows include:
• March 14-15: Maryland Symphony Orchestra presents Mozart + Mahler
• March 20: The Maryland Theatre hosts Teens Have Talent
• March 21: The Maryland Theatre hosts EagleMania-The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute
• March 22: Friends Meeting School presents a benefit performance for Maryland Food Bank, Frozen Jr.
• March 27: Maryland International Film Festival Opening Night Red Carpet Event
McConnellsburg High School
McConnellsburg High School’s production of “Mary Poppins,” scheduled for March 20 to 22, has been postponed. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
The farmers’ market that is held in each Tuesday in the Robinwood Professional Center atrium is temporarily closed. A tentative reopening is set for April 1, based on the conditions with regard to COVID-19 at that time.
Meritus Medical Center Auxiliary
The Books Are Fun fundraiser scheduled for March 31 and April 1 in the Robinwood Professional Center Atrium has been canceled.
Middleburg/Mason-Dixon Line Historical Society
The Middleburg/Mason-Dixon Line Historical Society meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 19 at the State Line Ruritan building in State Line, Pa., is canceled.
Morgan Arts Council
The Morgan Arts Council production of the play “The Young, the Bold and the Murdered,” scheduled to open on Friday, March 20, and run for two weekends at the Ice House in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., has been postponed. It will be rescheduled in the fall.
Museum of Fine Arts-Washington County
MFA-WC will be closed to the public from March 14 to 30 for cleaning and sanitizing. Events and activities scheduled during this time are postponed.
Myersville Volunteer Fire Co. breakfast
The Myersville Volunteer Fire Co. Country breakfast scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been canceled.
National Conservation Training Center
The Women’s History Month Lecture, “Rosalie Edge, Hawk of Mercy,” scheduled for Monday, March 16, at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va., has been postponed until further notice.
New Light Metropolitan Community Church
New Light MCC will be closed on Sunday, March 15, and Sunday, March 22. Please watch for updates on the Facebook page and email newsletter. Please consider sending tithes through the mail to 40 West Church Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740.
Nymeo Federal Credit Union
The following Nymeo Federal Credit Union branches will be closed from Monday, March 16, to Friday, March 27:
• Adelphi Branch, 2800 Powder Mill Road, Adelphi, Md.
• Fort Detrick, 1520 Freedman Drive, Frederick, Md.
• Germantown Branch, 11717 Exploration Lane, Germantown, Md.
For locations of other Nymeo branches, click here.
Penn State Extension – Franklin County
All Penn State Extension sponsored events, workshops and meetings have been canceled through Monday, April 6.
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
All public programs, events and trainings in Pennsylvania state parks and forests will be canceled for the remainder of March, and the month of April. This cancellation of events applies to all public educational programs, special events such as races and festivals, and teacher and other trainings. This includes programming by Friends groups and the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation. With the exception of three state parks in Montgomery County, DCNR facilities throughout the state will remain open.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
The Transportation Outreach meeting in Fulton County scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, has been canceled.
All Driver License Centers and Photo License Centers in Pennsylvania will be closed for two weeks effective close of business on Monday, March 16. Additionally, expiration dates for driver licenses, identification cards, vehicle registrations, and safety and emission inspections will be extended:
• Driver licenses, photo ID cards and learner’s permits scheduled to expire from March 16, 2020 through March 31, 2020, the expiration date is now extended until April 30, 2020.
• Vehicle registrations, safety inspections and emissions inspections scheduled to expire from March 16 through March 31, 2020, the expiration date is now extended until April 30, 2020.
• Persons with Disabilities Parking Placards scheduled to expire from March 16 through March 31, 2020, the expiration date is now extended until April 30, 2020.
Customers may complete various transactions and access multiple resources via the Driver and Vehicle Services website, www.dmv.pa.gov. Driver and vehicle online services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and include driver’s license, photo ID and vehicle registration renewals; driver-history services; changes of address; driver license and vehicle registration restoration letters; ability to pay driver license or vehicle insurance restoration fee; driver license and photo ID duplicates; and driver exam scheduling. There are no additional fees for using online services.
All PennDOT District and County maintenance offices are closed. Additionally, construction projects have been suspended in all counties until further notice, however PennDOT crews are available to perform critical functions and emergency maintenance as needed.
All PennDOT rest areas and welcome centers statewide will be closed to the public effective 12:01 AM Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
Quad State Beer Fest: ShamRocked
The Quad State Beer Fest: Shamrocked scheduled for Saturday, March 14, at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center, has been canceled. A more detailed announcement will be made on Tuesday, March 17.
Quarter Century Wireless Association
The monthly luncheon of Chapter 222 of the QCWA has been canceled.
Rep. John Hershey concealed carry seminar
Rep. John Hershey has postponed a seminar on firearms laws and concealed carry permits planned for Saturday, March 21, in Harrisburg, Pa. Those with questions about Pennsylvania’s laws can call Hershey’s district office at 717-436-6001.
Rep. Paul Schemel town hall
Because of concerns about COVD-19, commonly called coronavirus, Rep. Paul Schemel has postponed a town hall meeting on veterans’ issues planned for Thursday, March 19, in Waynesboro, Pa. Veterans who need assistance with obtaining benefits can call Schemel’s office at 717-749-7384 to make an appointment with a service officer from the American Legion.
Rep. Rob Kauffman offices
Rep. Rob Kauffman announced that his district offices in Chambersburg and Shippensburg will not be providing walk-in service until further notice. Kauffman’s staff will still be available to assist residents over the telephone or online with any state government-related matter. The phone numbers for Kauffman’s offices, which are staffed Monday through Friday, are 717-264-3943 (Chambersburg) and 717-532-1707 (Shippensburg). Kauffman and his staff can also be reached via email at RKauffm[email protected] or through his website at www.RepKauffman.com.
Rotary Club of Chambersburg
Chicken ‘n Stuff, scheduled for Monday, April 13, has been canceled.
• The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) and its member institutions, which includes Shepherd, will suspend all athletic competition for the remainder of the spring semester, effective Friday, March 13.
• The Phaze 2 gallery exhibit with sculptor and printmaker Lauren Koch that runs until April 13 will be accessible to community members or students by appointment only starting Monday, March 16, until further notice. The March 26 artist’s reception has been canceled. For more information, contact Evan Boggess, gallery manager, at [email protected].
• The President’s Lecture, “Is History Relevant,” with Dennis Frye, scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the Robert C. Byrd Center for Congressional History and Education auditorium.
• The Faculty Research Forum with Dr. David R. Hixson titled “Unreal Archaeology: Combing Aerial Drones, Digital Animation, and Dirt Archaeology to Recreate Ancient Landscapes” and the World Water Day Celebration sponsored by Shepherd University International Affairs scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, have been postponed.
• The Salon Series concert with Robin Rhodes and Friends sponsored by Jefferson Security Bank and the School of Music scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been postponed.
• The Human Performance Lab open house scheduled for Saturday, March 28, has been postponed.
• The Rude Mechanicals Medieval and Renaissance Players’ two medieval comedies -“Joseph’s Wedding” and “Mankind” – scheduled for March 26 to 29 have been postponed.
• The School of Music Symphonic Band Concert scheduled for Friday, March 27, has been rescheduled for April 17 as part of the Wind Ensemble concert.
• A recital by David Schaeffer scheduled for Sunday, March 29, has been moved to April 19 at 5 p.m.
• The School of Music Visitation Day and Monday Morning Musicale originally scheduled for March 30 have been moved to Monday, April 13.
• The SAT test scheduled for Saturday, March 14 has been canceled.
• The Regional Math Field Day, sponsored by RESA VIII School District, scheduled for monday, March 16, has been canceled.
• The dual enrollment information night scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been canceled.
• The admissions open house scheduled for Saturday, March 28, will be presented virtually to those who signed up.
St. John’s Lutheran Church
Effective immediately St. John’s Lutheran Church, 141 S. Potomac St. in Hagerstown, will be closed until March 29. Please check the website or call the office for updates.
St. Joseph School
The open house scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, has been postponed. A new date has not been announced. Enrollment for new families is now open. For more information about registration for the 2020-21 academic year, contact Kaitlyn Henry at 304-267-6447 or email KH[email protected]. For general information about the school, visit www.sjswv.org.
St. Maria Goretti High School
Sunday bingo for March 15 and 22 has been canceled.
St. Peter’s Beards Lutheran Church
The Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for Saturday, March 28, has been canceled.
State Line Ruritan
The State Line Ruritan Pancake Breakfast scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been canceled.
Sweets On The Street
Main Street Hagerstown’s Sweets On The Street scheduled for Saturday, March 14, has been postponed. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
Town of Hancock
The Arts Council concert scheduled for Friday, March 20, at Town Hall has been canceled. All reservations for use of town pavilions and use of rooms at Town Hall in March and April are canceled until further notice. Town offices will remain open for public business. The Washington County Commission on Aging Congregate site at Town Hall will be closed as of Monday, March 16, with a “grab and go” option for food delivery.
Tuscarora Area Chamber of Commerce
Coffee With A Cop, hosted by Mercersburg Police Department and Mayor Defibaugh, scheduled for Friday, March 20, has been postponed. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
29th Infantry Division Association
The monthly meeting of Lantern Post 729 of the 29th Infantry Division Association scheduled for Thursday, March 19, has been canceled.
University of Maryland extension offices
Due to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, University of Maryland has closed all extension offices on Friday, March 13. Staff will be checking the voicemail messages periodically, so please call 301-791-1304 and leave a message.
Valley Mall will no longer be hosting the Easter Bunny or associated events.
Washington County Chamber of Commerce
• The BASH at the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County scheduled for Thursday, March 19, has been postponed to Thursday, April 16.
• The State of the Chamber scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been canceled.
Washington County Circuit Court
Effective Monday, March 16, “all courts in the Maryland judiciary will be closed to the public on an emergency basis.” Please click the link for further information.
All other matters scheduled to be heard between March 16 through April 3 are postponed pending further order of the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals. The Clerk’s office will be available by phone during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 pm at 301-733-8660.
For the latest updates, please see the Maryland Judiciary’s Coronavirus Updates page:
Washington County Parks and Recreation
The Washington County Parks and Recreation Department announces the St. Patrick’s Day RUN FEST scheduled for Saturday, March 14, 2020 is canceled. The Washington County Parks and Recreation Department will follow up with details regarding refunds. For additional information, please contact the Public Relations and Marketing Department at 240-313-2380 or [email protected].
Weinberg Center for the Arts
All performances at the theater scheduled through April 1 are postponed. The Weinberg Center is working with the performers to reschedule these events to a later date. Ticket holders should keep their tickets and the Weinberg Center will be in touch in the next 7-14 days with more information on the status of these events. All ticket holders for postponed or cancelled events will be notified via email regarding their show once the Weinberg Center knows whether the event can be moved to another date, or if the event will have to be cancelled.
• Results Fitness will be closed March 16 through March 30. Gym members can find additional information and stay up to date on hours of operation by visiting the Results Fitness Facebook page or by calling 717-262-4650.
• Fast Care at 993 Wayne Ave. will close at the close of business on Monday, March 16. Individuals with symptoms consistent with coronavirus including cough, fever and shortness of breath, should call their care location before arriving.
• Convenient Care locations at Wilson College and Waynesboro High School will be closed until further notice beginning March 17. For more information on hours of operation, visit www.SummitHealth.org.
West Virginia University Medicine Cancer & Infusion Center
The WVU Medicine Cancer & Infusion Center ribbon cutting/open house scheduled for Monday, March 16, has been postponed. A media advisory will be issued when a new date has been determined.
Wilson’s Orr Forum on Religion scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been postponed. The Orr Forum, which will feature guest speaker Amy-Jill Levine, author and Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University, has been rescheduled for Friday, Sept. 25.
Wolfsville Volunteer Fire Co.
The country breakfast scheduled for Saturday, March 28, has been canceled.