BISBEE OBSERVER HEADLINES 05-28-2020

Boys & Girls Club of Bisbee preparing for reopening

Anna Schlaht

The Bisbee Observer

The Boys & Girls Club of Bisbee plans to reopen Wednesday, June 17 after a three-month closure a move that will allow kids to physically return to The Club’s facility.

BGCB staff intends to start with a three day week before resuming their normal full-week program. “Opening in the middle of the week will provide us an opportunity for trial and error situations that may arise,” Chief Professional Officer Annette Flores said, “[which we can] correct moving forward.”….read full story (online subscribers only)

CQCH opens new PT clinic

Anna Schlaht

The Bisbee Observer

The Copper Queen Community Hospital (CQCH) opened a new physical therapy clinic in San Jose last month. This expands CQCH’s number of clinics from two to three, with the others being located in Palominas and Douglas, respectively.

“The new clinic in Bisbee took a lot of time to plan and to prepare, to get up and running,” said Kevin Eggers, CQCH Physical Therapy Manager. “That’s been the focus of the last few months.”….read full story (online subscribers only)


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