Making Free Masks For The Community
Shared by: Annabelle Yaunke
Our family would like to recognize Annabelle Y. who will turn 95-years-old on August 25. She loves to sew and makes quilts, doll clothes, blankets and, most recently, masks since the start of this pandemic. She started making masks for family and friends in March. Due to the shortage of masks, she began making them for nurses and healthcare workers. She used her own supply of materials and also received donations from local churches and a craft store. Annabelle has made over 600 masks in all sizes, colors and styles. With her daughter Sue, she distributes them to Froedtert Clinics and Hospitals and to people in need of them. She continues to sew masks every day and will keep going until this pandemic is over. We all are so very proud of her accomplishment so we wanted to give her a little recognition which would make her day.
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