Baptist Hospital staff, NAPD check plans for Back-to-School Drive-Thru Fair

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New Albany Police Chief Chris Robertson (2nd from right) points to indicate how traffic will flow during the Baptist Memorial Hospital – Union County (BMH) Back-to-School Fair Saturday morning, July 25. Left to right are BMH Community/Occupation Nurse Coordinator Stephanie Hodges, Safety and Security Manager Don Shaffer, BMH CEO/Administrator James Grantham, Robertson, and NAPD Officer Ronald Yarbrough.
July 24th, 2020     Health & Wellness

 

New Albany MS – The annual Baptist Memorial Hospital Union County (BMH) Back-to-School Fair will be Saturday morning, July 25th.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s fair will be a drive-through event in which school children will stay in the motor vehicles with the adults that drive them to and through the event.

The Baptist Back-to-School Fair is for children age 12 and under.

Children will interact with medical professionals, public safety personnel, and civic club members, who will man more than 20 booths during the event.
Some school supplies will be given away on a first-come, first served basis.

The New Albany Police Department (NAPD) will direct the flow of traffic for the drive-through Back-to-School Fair. NAPD officers will begin lining up vehicles to drive through the fair at 7:30 a.m.

Vehicles entering the fair are asked to approach from Highway 30 west and turn south on Renasant Drive to Oxford Road. NAPD officers along the route will direct vehicles through the fair.

For Map of Drive Thru Fair:  https://www.nemiss.news/baptist-back-to-school-drive-thru-fair-plan-announced/

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