Together although apart: community sews 500 masks for first responders
'I've always believed in multiplier effects'
Last updated 4/28/2020 at 2:06pm
Although social distancing, the stay-at-home order, and fear of the virus have driven people at least six feet apart, for the time being, it doesn't mean there can't still be community connection.
More than 60 people have made nearly 500 face masks for people who need them such as hospital workers, food bank volunteers, and staff who work in local retirement communities.
"I've always believed in multiplier effects," Mary Kay Voss said. She lives in the Cypress neighborhood in Mill Creek. "I put a post on the Mill Creek Community (Facebook page) one day and by the fourth day, I'd gotten 15...