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Old Threshers board figuring out how to move forward with Reunion

Though no concrete plans have been made, Midwest Old Threshers Association CEO Terry McWilliams said the Reunion board “is still trying to figure out how to move forward” with the five-day event. (Union file photo)
Though no concrete plans have been made, Midwest Old Threshers Association CEO Terry McWilliams said the Reunion board “is still trying to figure out how to move forward” with the five-day event. (Union file photo)

MT. PLEASANT — Following a meeting last week, the Midwest Old Threshers Reunion board has decided to continue moving forward with the five-day event, slated to take place Sept. 3-7.

Old Threshers Association CEO Terry McWilliams said the board has yet to decide on any concrete plans or potential guidelines and restrictions for the Reunion in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“With everything going on, it changes on a daily basis,” McWilliams said.

The CEO added the board and association have had meetings and are consulting local public health officials.

“The board is still trying to figure out how to move forward,” McWilliams added.