The owner of Beejou Craft Kombucha said after getting a positive response about her Kombucha recipes, she decided to start a business last year, but was not expecting the pandemic to hit at the same time.
The Boys and Girls Club, MercyMed, and the Columbus Enrichment Services Program were grateful to receive the money. The organizations said the funds will help with some much-needed items during the pandemic.
Effective Thursday, the governor is allowing the expansion of the number of people allowed in a single classroom or child care facility. This means day camps can resume and daycares can accept more children.
Executive director of the Urban League of Greater Columbus, Susan Cooper, said their summer job training program usually starts June 1 and lasts six weeks. It may start later in the summer and be shortened.
While most seniors in high school are finishing up classes and preparing for life post graduation, one Harris County High School senior Melissa Champion is doing those two things, as well as collecting shoes in the Chattahoochee Valley for Soles4Souls.