Minnesota Masonic Charities has mobilized to respond nimbly to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, setting protocols in place at all of our heritage charity locations to protect our employees, and those in our care.
Minnesota Masonic Home is closed to all visitors with the exception of end-of-life family members who have been screened according to infection control protocols. Employees of the Home are also screened and have been instructed to follow infection control procedures as outlined by the Minnesota Department of Health and the CDC. MMH has also reduced the number of access points into the Home. Group activities have been cancelled and social distancing protocols have been established. For more information, please contact Katie Pelofske, Infection Preventionist, at 952-948-6905.
Minnesota Masonic Children’s Clinic for Communication Disorders in Duluth will be closed from Wednesday, March 18 to Friday, March 27. Any closure periods will not be deducted from the two-year therapy service time offered to every one of our clients. Questions for the clinic: call Niki Lampi, clinic director, at 218-720-3911.
Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center remains open with limited offerings. The Col. James B. Ladd Museum and Charles Nelson Library will be closed until March 31. The Center will continue to accept rental inquiries. Please contact Theresa Norman, manager, at 952-948-6507.