The Friendship Circle Spring and Summer Member Survey 2021

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Dear FC Members & Families,
Please take a few minutes to complete a survey by clicking here. As we look forward to offering opportunities for in-person outdoor activities in the spring and summer, The Friendship Circle would like your input in making these activities as comfortable and meaningful as possible for our members and families. Please note, we will continue to offer online options for all in-person opportunities.
We would like to know your availability this spring and summer, your comfort level in attending phased in-person activities with health and safety protocols in place, and more.
Thank you very much for your time and feedback. We look forward to offering more opportunities for fun, friendship, and community connection in the months ahead!

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