Beginning Thursday, March 19th, Seconds to Go Resale Store will close, and the Handi-Shop will transition to a work from home model.
Recycling and Donation drop off will be closed starting at 3:00 pm Friday, March 20th.
According to Martin Keller, General Manager of the Audrain County Handi-Shop the employees assemble 3M N95 respirator mask harnesses every day.
With the recent demand for these masks, they will make every effort to assemble as many as they can to meet their contract obligations.
Through a cooperative effort with Audrain Developmental Disabilities Services and Finck Supported Living Services, assembly of the N95 mask harnesses will be done in the group homes.
This will allow the employees to continue to work on this very important job, and limit the contact at work through much less social contact.
The recycling program and donation drop off for now will be shut down for now, but will start back up as soon as the current health crisis allows.
They will continue to pick up cardboard from commercial customers.