Below are Photos of the Harvard Community Services Center Social Distance Line Dance event.
STAY TUNED FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR NEXT EVENT. WE WILL DISTRIBUTE FOOD BASKETS AND CARE PACKETS.
This event was coordinated, managed, and paid for by the Harvard Community Services Center.
To support the community during this stressful time of COVID-19 when most people are shut-in, HCSC wanted to provide an event that was pleasant, but at the same time safe; therefore we reached into our budget to pay for a Line Dance Instructor and Live Streaming. You can view the Videos on this page and our YouTube Channel.
Our office was flooded with calls from individuals that saw the event on social media acknowledging HCSC for being a community partner; and allowing a group to come in and host a Line Dance Event.
However, this is not accurate.
The Harvard Community Services Center planned this event from beginning to end; and we acknowledge our HCSC staff for all of their hard work of implementing the Social Distance Line Dance event.
The event was free and open to the public.
Thank you Robert Robert Freeman Hubbard for the Live Streaming, Brenda Lee Simpson, for Instructing the Line Dance, and the Smokey Soul Food Truck.
We also want to acknowledged our President/CEO,
Mrs. Elaine Gohlstin for allowing the implementation of such events, which can be challenging to plan in the midst of COVID-19 rules and guidelines.
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