Making masks for schools
The start of school for Madison Elementary, the school across the street from St. Paul, is now set for Tuesday, Sept. 8. St. Paul people are helping by making face coverings for kids and staff.
Led by the St. Paul quilters, people are welcome to help how they best can – cutting, sewing, or tying. Volunteers can pick up and deliver supplies and finished masks if needed.
The school’s principal, Steve Mielenhausen, and St. Paul’s neighborhood schools partnership coordinator, Dana Welser, “are both very happy that we’re doing this project to help them get started with this challenging school year,” said Karin Hanson, one of the coordinators.
To lend a hand, connect with Karin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-528-2064, or Cathy Hagglund at email@example.com or 563-320-4682.
4 Comments on “Making masks for schools”
I would be happy to cut or tie?
Hi Anke! It’s Ann McGlynn. I am going to get you in touch with Karin. Watch for an email connecting the two of you. 🙂
Madison staff and families are incredible appreciative of all the ways the St. Paul community cares for them. Thank you for all you do!
We certainly are!! Thank you St. Paul !