Michigan Indoor Dining Returns, High School Sports on Hold & More! | Full Megacast, February 2, 2021

MHSAA Assistant Director of Communications, Geoff Kimmerley, and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information and election-related news on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!

Keego Harbor Chief of Police, John Fitzgerald, discusses maintaining safety online and in the community and avoiding falling victim to scams, as well as keeping safe on the water and outside during the winter season and the City’s assistance to restaurants as they re-open under some new rules.

Greater West Bloomfield Community Coalition Executive Director, Lisa Berkey, talks about the organization’s new “coping skills toolbox” for elementary school students, as well as bringing the Kids in Charge program to West Bloomfield’s middle schools.

Kyle VanDeventer and Christopher Lasher from Griffin Claw Brewing Company join the show to talk about continuing their operations during the pandemic, their pivots to support their business and the community, and their favorite beers out on the market at this time!

Michigan High School Athletic Association Assistant Director of Communications, Geoff Kimmerley, discusses high school sports operations during the pandemic, the MHSAA’s discussions with the State government regarding continuing sports seasons during the pandemic, and the organization’s plans to continue toward their goal of completing three sports seasons in the 2020-2021 school year.

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