Post Pandemic = Restructuring
To say this year has been transitional and full of adjustments is an understatement. We all know how tough this past year has been and how many plans, routines, vacations, and events have had to be adjusted, postponed, or cancelled.
The McCauley Community League has also fallen victim to 2020’s villain, the coronavirus. We have had a quiet year with many changes and adjustments. Among these changes have been board members who have either resigned or moved away, leaving us with a few bodies to carry on the league’s existence for the months ahead.
As this may sound all doom and gloom, a quiet year for a community league gives us the opportunity to focus more on the administrative side with financial audits, grant reports, reassessments, and other tasks that need our attention. So, even though it seems like a quiet year on the website, social media, and events, we are simply readjusting, refocusing, and re-evaluating what our future will look like as a community league post-pandemic.
Jordynn Vis is the President of the McCauley Community League.