Local sewers stitching up hundreds of masks


Sugar Bend Sewing seamstresses Mary Rye (left) and Doris Gardner show off face masks they have been donating to first responders, doctors and individuals.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak hitting Marion County, local businesses have stepped up to the occasion to do what they can to help preserve much-needed personal protection equipment (PPE).
Sugar Bend Sewing in Hamilton has been operating for three years and, on any normal business day, would be working its niche--quilts, alterations and other projects.
But with non-essential businesses shutting down due to coronavirus, a normal business day for sewers Doris Gardner and Mary Rye now looks like sewing face masks covers.

 


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