We are back to our REGULAR HOURS! Our regular GSA meeting place has temporarily moved due to the outbreak of Covid 19. We are currently meeting in the green spaces and park locations of Spruce Grove. We are working hard to try and find safe ways for everyone to connect while maintaining all levels of health and safety standards, and ensuring we maintain physical distancing guidelines.
We have been advised by St. Andrew’s United Church that the earliest date of reopening their location for use would be the week of September 14th. Tentatively, our GSA meetings will be able to be held again in the large meeting hall of St. Andrew’s United Church for September 25th or October 9th!. We always have our liability insurance up to date, and we have a formulated plan in place for our re-entry into the church for the fall for the safety of our GSA youth and all of the other folks who use St. Andrew’s United Church! Here is the link where you can find the most updated information on Alberta’s relaunch strategy and guidelines - https://www.alberta.ca/guidance-documents.aspx#toc-7
Pop up GSAs! We are back to our REGULAR HOURS! We will be open the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month but our location may still change. Updated information will be posted on our website and our social media sites! We will also still continue to meet with youth and adults on a one on one basis and we will continue to hold special events and extra Pop Up GSAs in addition to our regular GSAs! Everyone including the Adults in our GSA will need to ensure we are healthy! We absolutely still have to do physical distancing & hand sanitizing. Please Be safe, follow proper health and safety standards. https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page16997.aspx#prev
Help our GSA grow together!
Please help us continue to grow! We are still doing research and helping folks online. We are still reaching out to youth and adults in our community. Please help us stay open and continue to grow by saving your bottles or by making a donation online. We will be back in our space again, and we will always be a Safe Space where our youth can feel included, respected, and protected.