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WATWB: Mask Makers

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11-year-old sews 500 blankets and over 1,000 masks for kids in need

Lucy Blaylock learned to sew three years ago when she made a quilt for a friend’s birthday….

“After the party she asked her mom if they could put together a blanket giveaway for children in need. She posted on social media and received 16 messages from parents of kids battling cancer, autism, bullies, and a move to a new city.”

“She’s donated 1,100 masks since March to those asking for a helping hand — including an order for the Ronald McDonald House, her mom said.”

Here’s more from Good Morning America. 

Retired Librarian Turned Mask Maker

In a related story,  retired librarian Cheri Nienke  has made over 1700 masks that she has donated to her community. Here’s that story. 

We Are The World Blogfest, #WATWB, is a monthly blogfest dedicated to “positive stories no matter where they’re found. It is all about spreading peace and humanity on social media.”  Co-hosts for this month,  Susan ScottPeter NenaShilpa GargInderpreet Kaur Uppal, and Eric Lahti welcome participants and encourage all to join in.

Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again. I also paint angels.

24 thoughts on “WATWB: Mask Makers

    • I haven’t been getting the reminders, so I forgot last month. Had this one waiting in the wings and squeezed it in. Oh well. We post good stuff anyway.

  1. They’re gorgeous. Thanks for sharing…
    I forgot about WATWB…

  2. Such encouraging enterprises

  3. She was surely raised right🙏🏼

  4. Thank you for highlighting the good. I enjoyed reading their stories.

  5. The stories involving youth brings me more hope. Maybe the next generation will do better.

  6. Such initiative, bless her soul!

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