AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – It’s time for things to get moving again at the Augusta History Museum.
After being closed since March, the doors have re-opened.
The museum was able to avoid financial impacts to its workers, thanks to federal relief grants.
Nancy Glaser/Augusta Museum of History
“One of my board members got this all arranged for me and that has taken care of some salaries. I didn’t lay anybody off, no furloughs kept everybody paid since March 18th,” said Executive Director Nancy Glaser.
The museum is limiting attendance, and recommending visitors wear mask to combat the coronavirus.
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