Positive test for pottery student results in temporary shutdown of Whistle Stop Clay Works

By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (October 6 2020) – Whistle Stop Clay Works (WSCW) pottery studio announced early Tuesday, October 6, they will be closing until October 17 as a precaustion due to positive COVID case. 

WSCW’s Bonnie McNett, Loveland Mayor Kathy Bailey, Owners, Kay Bolin and Tim O’Grady during 10 year anniversary celelbration June 10, 2020 (Chuck Gibson)

The announcement, released with a signature line of manager Bonnie McNett along with WSCW owners Tim O’Grady and Kay Bolin-O’Grady (and the WSCW family), stated a student from their Friday morning class tested positive for COVID-19. It went on to say “out of an abundance of caution” the WSCW studio will remain closed until October 17.

WSCW said in the statement: “All missed classes or events will be rescheduled, issued credits or refunded. Your health has always been our first priority during the pandemic. Stay well.”

Whistle Stop Clay Works is a pottery studio located 119 Harrison Avenue, in Loveland, Ohio 45140 WSCW is proudly celebrating 10 years of serving Loveland and pottery artists from all around.

For updates on what is happening and the reopening of WSCW, go to: https://www.whistlestopclayworks.com/