In response to the COVID-19 shutdowns by Gov. Tom Wolf, who called for mandatory shutdown of all non-life-sustaining businesses, the following events and signups have been postponed or cancelled.
If there are any questions about a particular event, please contact the group directly for clarification.
*Stanley Cooper Sr Chapter TU is cancelling their Annual Conservation Banquet scheduled for March 28 until March of next year. There will be no General Meeting for the month of April 2020.
*Mill City Sportsman Club 560 Old Mill Road, Dalton PA is suspending all activities at the Club House until further notice
*The Scranton Half Marathon, accompanying 5K, youth events and expo, originally scheduled for March 27, 28 and 29, postponed. No new date; the organization is formulating options for event transfers and refunds.
*Trail junior football and cheerleaders- The organizations are understanding now more than ever, the value of online registration options. Online registration is now open for all students, not just Lackawanna Trail, age 5-13 (up to age 14 for cheer) as of August 1, 2020. For information or questions please call 570-851-9533 or visit www.trailjuniorlions.com.
*Tunkhannock Little League- Is canceling activities, including the baseball and softball tryouts and parents meetings; information on updated meeting schedules will be published at a later date.
*Christy Mathewson Little League- Will be following Little League International recommendation in suspending operations until May 11 or until further notice due to the threat of the COVID-19 Virus. We will continue to update as more information becomes available
*Susquehanna County Little League- Based on all the data, the SusCo Little League board unanimously voted to cease participant activities (practices) until April 6. This decision is made out of concern for all players and volunteers in SusCo Little League. We will monitor the situation closely and update everyone as we get more information.
*Roosevelt Trail Little League (RTL) - The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is rapidly changing the way that we, as global citizens, think, act, gather, learn, and live our daily lives. And, yes, that also means how we play Little League. With the most recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Little League International Board of Directors and staff is now strongly advising all its local Little League programs to suspend/delay their Little League seasons through no earlier than Monday, May 11. We implore you to follow this recommendation and suspend all Little League activities through no earlier than May 11.
*Pennsylvania Game Commission- The Dallas office is closed to the public for at least two weeks.
*State parks- All facilities at state parks and forests will be closed for 14 days effective Tuesday, Mar. 17. The public
can still access trails, lakes, forests, roads, and parking areas.