CALGARY (660 NEWS) – Calgary’s largest seniors organization will resume most of its programs and services on July 6.
The Kerby Centre says in-person operations will return on Monday, by appointment only.
The programs reopening by appointment include information resources, the free tax-filing service, a limited number of education and recreation courses, and foot care.
Kerby Centre CEO Larry Mathieson says there has been incredible community support during the pandemic, from government funding to individual donating $20.
Additionally, the centre is being used as a mask distribution location for seniors who can’t use the drive-thru system set up by the province. Masks can be delivered to seniors by calling the centre.