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Roseville, MN
United States

During this Pandemic I am still working with 3-6 year old students and their parents planting a large garden at the American Indian Montessori school. We have Zoom lessons, wear masks and garden gloves and keep our distance.
This mask was a souvenir from an International women’s conference in 1990. I had it made into a mask to remind myself and other members of PPSEAWA of our commitment to health. We will need to support a vaccination program once that is available.

Be healthy and safe everyone! Wear your masks.


Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Regularly spend time with people on the streets in Worcester through a ministry called Worcester Fellowship
Why are you participating?: 

To help promote love and kindness, acceptance of all people as God's beloved one.


Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I don't know if it would be considered a good deed, but because I like knitting so much I've decided to donate any project I make to charity. Hats for the newborn babies in St. Vincent's Hospital. Hats and mittens for school-aged children. Hats for homeless people, especially those at St. John's Parish in Worcester. It is a most satisfying hobby.
Why are you participating?: 

I think it is a worthwhile endeavor for the Worcester Senior Center. I can hardly wait to see the banners adorning the walls on the second floor.


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