Area cancelations as of 11 a.m., Tuesday

Local cancelations

Local cancelations due to concerns over COVID-19 include:

 The following schools have been closed, and all school events canceled as of 8:30 a.m., Tuesday: Chillicothe R-II, Meadville, Braymer, Gallatin, Bishop Hogan Memorial School, Mendon, Milan, Brookfield, Tina-Avalon, Southwest Livingston County and Chula. Until further notice, there will be no more in-person meals at the Grand River Multipurpose Center. Home delivered meals will still be taken to shut-ins already on the list. To-go meals can be picked up at the center. Please call the center at 646-1555 by 11 a.m., to order a to-go meal. The Grundy County Public Water District No. 1 and the Livingston County Public Water District No. 4 located in the business office of the Grundy County Electrical Cooperative in Trenton is now closed to walk-in traffic. Please call the office for assistance at 660-359-3941. MainStreet Chillicothe’s Drop of Dublin event scheduled for March 20 has been postponed. Piecemakers Quilt Guild, quilt show has been postponed. The Grand River YMCA is closing and canceling all programs, effective March 17. The Livingston County Library is closed, and all programming canceled through April 6. Central Methodist University’s Band concert scheduled for March 19, at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center has been canceled. The Livingston County Health Department’s March 25 adult blood draw clinic has been canceled. The Hedrick Medical Center and Wright Memorial Hospital’s Annual Service Awards scheduled for Saturday, April 18 has been postponed. Mass will not be held at St. Columban Catholic Church through April 3. Currently, the next in-person Mass will be the Saturday evening mass on April 4. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announces, effective immediately, it has canceled most public events and programs at its nature centers, shooting ranges, and other locations around the state until April 15. MDC scheduled managed hunts, mentored spring turkey hunts, and native plant sales at nature centers will continue as planned. All conservation areas remain open to the public. MDC offices, nature centers, and shooting ranges also remain open under normal operating hours. NJCAA has canceled the remainder of the spring sports season.