Pinnacle will not reopen before March 28th. Narberth Borough and Lower Merion Township continue to increase safety precautions for the health and well being of our community. The next 13 days are a time for the Pinnacle Community to distance themselves from those who would put themselves in harm's way. This virus is not going away. The efforts being taken are trying to limit exposure to a virus that today alone killed 250 people in Italy. Montgomery County, our part of Montgomery County is the epicenter. Our updated cleaning protocols will need to continue and know that everyone who works in the fitness center will be trained before we reopen. When we return, our community will have had the chance to find out if someone is displaying symptoms of this life-threatening virus. We are a community of young and old, diverse in background. This virus does not care. Many in our community have survived and endured more than they should. I will not put their health at risk. Take stock of your health now, not missed opportunity. Our community will be stronger with this overt, transparent attempt to keep people healthy.
I truly wish all of you the best of health, not only in the coming days, but for many years to come. Our Pinnacle family sets an example for what "community" is supposed to be about. I am incredibly fortunate to have gotten to know so many of you so well. It is those friendships that make the decision to uphold the recommendations of our Governor and local government so easy to make. The recommendations are to protect you. Please take care of yourself and our community.
In good health,
Owner- Pinnacle Training and Fitness
632 Montgomery Avenue, Suite 1
Narberth, PA 19072
News compiled by Ed Ridgway, NBA president, marketing consultant, and a COMPASS real estate agent with the Cindy Ridgway team.