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Open for moorings only from November 1, 2020
The club will have normal operations Wednesday for member dining, fitness center, reception, and the office. Update from the Levee Board is that no flood gates are scheduled to close. We will wait until after Hurricane Laura has passed to re-open the pool. Adults may swim laps. –via FB
To prepare for Hurricane Laura, our Center will be closing Tuesday at 12:30 pm and will remain closed for a few days. Stay safe! – via Facebook
Due to the potential impact of TS Laura, GYB will remain closed until Friday, August 28th. Please understand that GYB employees have families & homes to tend to and prepare for as well. – via GYB Facebook page on 8/24