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The Wilsonville government's concerns about the COVID-19 virus lead to decision

PMG FILE PHOTO - The City of Wilsonville is postponing an event to honor volunteers, like those who help out with the annual WERK (Wilsonville Environmental Resource Keepers) Day.

The city of Wilsonville has decided to postpone its annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, citing concerns about the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

The event originally scheduled for April 14 will take place at a future undetermined date.

"Our volunteer group includes many older adults who are at greater risk were they to get sick," City Manager Bryan Cosgrove said in a city press release. "For the benefit of these folks and anyone else who might be distancing themselves from social congregations as a precaution, we'll find another time to say thank you to our volunteers for the great work they do in our community."

Wilsonville's government also said the Clackamas County Cities Association Dinner originally scheduled to be held April 23 in Wilsonville has been cancelled.

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