Haldimand 4-H Book Club members share their experiences with COVID-19

The Haldimand 4-H Book Club began in March at the Cayuga Public Library prior to March Break. Shortly after that first meeting, the province was in a State of Emergency due to COVID-19. In response, the club switched to online meetings via Zoom and continued through social isolation. For the club Achievement Project leaders Marie Peart and Stephanie Huitema asked members to write an essay about “Your COVID experience and what role 4-H Book Club played in it” to be published in The Haldimand Press. This week’s essay is by Nicholas Warbick.

COVID-19 and Back to College

By Nicolas Warbick

To The Haldimand Press

When the virus first started to spread in Canada, I was working at the local Tim Hortons. Due to the volume of different people who come through on a daily basis, I thought it would be a good idea to take leave. Taking the leave was to protect those around me that are vulnerable to the virus. When I finally got on leave there was the big question, what do I do with all this free time?

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