Walnut Crossing Resident Makes Masks to help keep people safe

Posted: December 31, 2020

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Walnut Crossing Resident beats COVID and has made about 3,000 masks

Miriam Looker is a 95-year-old Walnut Crossing’s resident who beat Covid-19 earlier this year. At the beginning of the pandemic, masks were hard to come by. Miriam decided to take it upon herself to sew masks to help protect people against the spread of the virus. With the help of Walnut Crossing, donations of Mirium’s masks have helped schools, her church, hospice centers, and fellow residents, among others in her town. Mirium has now sewn over 3,000 masks since the beginning of the pandemic and she isn’t done yet. To learn more about Mirium’s masks click here.

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