This is the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce weekly report for the final week of April, 2020, submitted by Chamber CEO Lezley Brown.
Some people hate change… they hate it. There are others that just drink it in, and I fall in that category. I just want to share that as we work to re-open Hopkins County, we should embrace a spirit of change with caution.
Things may look differently than they did before we headed into the COVID-19 fog. In all actuality, we don’t know what day to day life is going to look like for sure.
I’ve read about all the different “curves” the experts are discussing for the economy: v curves, w curves, u curves. Not even the experts agree with each other completely. But here is something I know… Hopkins County is going to do their very best to bounce back and keep on running. I encourage everyone to continue showing patience and grace, because we are all going to need it.
Let’s see what happens next in this chapter of a book we couldn’t have even imagined. Let’s continue to be there for each other every step of the way. Let’s carefully get to the other side of this and be wiser for it!
During the year 2020, The Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce is highlighting a business each week.
Please join me in congratulating our Business of the Week for April 30, 2020, Heritage Christian Counseling.