COVID Procedures at Chippewa Club (revised 1/15/21)
Effective this Monday, January 18th, all Chippewa programming that you were enjoying before the second wave of the Coronavirus will be back! This means that AATC league can start operating too.
Although Michigan has seen a decline in cases, we are not out of the woods yet. Cases and deaths across the country are still going up. The health and safety of our members and staff is of the utmost importance. Under the latest order, the Governor has required that masks be worn at all times when indoors. With that in mind, Chippewa will still require masks to be worn at all times inside the club. This is nonnegotiable. Many of you who have said they would not play with a mask are now playing and enjoying it. It is just something you have to get used to. Fortunately or unfortunately, I have worn a mask playing tennis so much it now feels normal. Although I would prefer to play without a mask, it is a small price to pay to help keep everyone safe!
Chippewa will implement the following changes effective tomorrow, Wednesday, November 18, in accordance with the Governor's order.
You must wear a mask at all times in the club. This includes when you are playing on the court. This is nonnegotiable. There are many companies making masks specifically for athletic use that are not too bad. Let me know if you need ideas.
All Chippewa programming will be suspended for the next 3 weeks. This includes all adult classes and leagues and all junior programming. We will reschedule the Showdowns in 2021. Private lessons are available. You can have as many as 3 players and a pro on the court. No more than 3 players will be allowed in private lessons for the next 3 weeks.
Seasonal court time will be allowed, but you must stay on your court. If you are part of a seasonal group with more than 4 players, you can switch partners on your court, but you cannot switch courts.
Courts are open for random court time use. Please call the club to make reservations.
This is not new, but please do not show up too early for your court. If you show up more than 10 minutes before play, please stay in your car or go downstairs to the fitness area to warm up. The goal is not to have large amounts of people in our small waiting area at once.
The goal is to minimize the amount of contacts we have in order to stay safe. As I have said before, we are all in this together. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. As always, if you feel at all sick, stay home! We want everyone to feel comfortable when they come in to the club.
AATC COVID Procedures (1/15/21)(also see Chippewa COVID Club measures above)
Please email me any ideas or suggestions you have