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Small businesses, families adjust to new normal under 'safer-at-home' order

Mar 28, 2020

They ventured out to let the kids play on an interactive community art project, a Candyland game made entirely out of chalk. It was created by the children's nonprofit Tribe Seminole Heights. Only one family is allowed on the board at a time to encourage people to follow the rules about staying at least six feet apart.

The family feels it's a good way to get the kids out while also practicing social distancing.

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