Watsonville, CA developed a Virtual Recreation Center to engage residents directly at their homes

Watsonville, CA created an online Virtual Recreation Center
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The City of Watsonville developed a Virtual Recreation and Resource Center for its residents. This online platform allows community members to participate in exercise programs and local activities from the safety of their homes. The city provided these resources online to encourage social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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