MISSOULA — The Missoula YMCA is making the decision to move forward with the large majority of their summer camps.
The YMCA has been providing emergency child-care during the COVID-19pandemic and Senior Director of Youth Programs Nicole Martin says this has helped to serve as training by providing a camp-like setting.
The cap for camp participants will be reduced to comply with state-issued protocols and while in camp, students will have access to hand sanitizer and will practice safe social distancing.
Martin says parents will notice a big difference from what they have experienced in the past.
“You’re not going to walk into a gym full of 50 kids by any means anymore, but we still want to make sure we have that fun summer camp feel. We’re working directly with the Missoula City-County Health Department, and in our license camps with DPHS State Licensor to ensure that we are following all the COVID-19 specific regulations.”
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