It was a drizzly morning and people were talking about the possibility of the novel coronavirus becoming a pandemic. It would be the last gathering KALB would have this spring.
The very next week, everything turned upside down and life changed. There were so many decisions to be made and things to take care of to protect our employees and our organization while honoring the stay-at-home order. Like many other businesses and organizations, we will have an uphill climb to rebuild the losses we will have suffered.