Editor: My husband and I received our second vaccine Thursday; we attended the procedure at the Bradley Centre.
What an organized and cheerful experience we had! Everyone there was upbeat, welcoming, and even making jokes.
The amount of time we spent was under half an hour. We were very impressed with how well each particular station was ready to take our information.
I am not sure who set up the entire operation, but that person or persons deserves a big pat on the back.
Dr. Colby seems to have been on top of incoming information to keep us as safe as possible in Chatham-Kent. For this we are grateful.
These past 16 months have been a true test of patience on all of our parts, and we feel badly for the businesses that did not survive. We have become patrons of a number of restaurants in Chatham and will continue to do so.
We just wish the children could have been in class more of the time. We worry that online instruction, while it was a mighty effort by the teachers, did not compare to experiencing learning in person. I think reviews of materials will have to take place in the fall.
And we can’t wait until our hair and nails can be tended to.
We are very fortunate to live where we do and to have the open spaces that city dwellers don’t have.
Congratulations to everyone who has contributed to the successes we have had here in C-K.