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A Thanksgiving Pause--No Lessons from 11/26 to 12/4

As we head into Thanksgiving week I know that many of us are struggling with what the holidays are going to look like this year. We hope that you will still be able to enjoy the spirit of Thanksgiving, be it an outside gathering or walk, curbside pick up of Thanksgiving food (especially dessert!!) or Zooming with family and friends. Out of an abundance of caution, RTT has decided to take a one week pause from lessons for the week following Thanksgiving (11/30-12/4). We will be issuing credits for lessons due to this pause.

We know how important RTT is to those of you who are back--and how much it is missed by those of you who are not yet back. You all are important to us, and as such, we need to be extraordinarily careful, so that we can keep our doors open and continue with our re-opening plan when the virus is more in check. What we have seen in the past month in Maine and across the country is deeply troubling with regards to the spread of COVID. We are doing everything we can to keep RTT a safe place by adhering to the "3 W's"--Wearing our masks, Washing our hands and Watching our distances. We are indeed thankful to everyone here at the farm for your help in keeping everyone at RTT safe!

PLEASE NOTE: All RTT clients/family members, volunteers, staff and any visitors are respectfully asked to follow the Maine CDC's guidelines during the holidays. This pause does not take the place of any Maine quarantine or testing requirements for travel in or out of Maine (other than NH and VT) or should you have had exposure to anyone with COVID. For specific guidance from the Maine CDC regarding travel, etc. please click here. If you have questions about your particular situation please feel free to email me.

Be well and have a Happy Thanksgiving,

Sarah Bronson

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