Moscow to open ‘Youth Activities’

Moscow, Idaho
Courtesy City of Moscow

MOSCOW, Idaho — On Monday, the city of Moscow announced the reopening of all youth activities in line with Governor Brad Little’s Stay Healthy Order.

Effective immediately, youth day camps, childcare, sports, music, religious, scouting, and other organized youth activities are open.

Currently, the city asks youth organizations to develop plans for activity and to take care of the youth they serve.

Additionally, the city is planning city-sponsored youth programming in accordance with Gov. Little’s protocols.

Slated to reopen in Stage 2, playgrounds remain closed.

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