Reston Association has canceled its winter break camp program for 2020, according to a statement posted on social media on Monday.
Mike Leone, RA’s director of communications, marketing, and member services, said the decision was motivated primarily due to low enrollment.
“Before canceling, RA’s camp staff did. Reach out to parents of past winter break. Camp participants to determine their enrollment interest in the winter break camp,” Leone said.
Some parents were concerned about the surge in COVID-19 cases.
Other parents indicated that they did not enroll in the winter camp because of their current ability to take care of children at home or that they planned to continue with current engagements from this fall.
“For parents looking for activities to keep their children busy during the holiday break, RA is still selling its popular Holiday Camp in a Box full of fun activities to keep children active and busy,” he said.
Reston Association has decided to cancel its Winter Break Camp program for this year. Refunds will be provided to anyone who has already paid for camp registration.#Reston #RestonCamps pic.twitter.com/JzYC3fOaf2
— Reston Association (@RestonOnline) December 7, 2020
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