MMH makes request for face masks

first_imgBatesville, IN—With the daily increased need for personal protective equipment in the health care system during the pandemic, like face masks, Margaret Mary Health is seeking out anyone with a sewing machine and the ability to sew to help make cloth face masks for its patients and their families. If you’re able to help, start by watching a brief instructional video by clicking here or view printable instructions by clicking here.  In Batesville, completed masks can be dropped off at Miss Shannon’s Music Studio between noon to 5 PM. In Versailles, donations can be dropped off at The Quilter’s Nook, 82 Hill Street. Due to the Governor’s ordinance, the shop will be closed but masks can be placed in a dropbox. Masks can also be dropped off at one of three MMH locations accepting donations at MMH Main Campus, Health Center of Brookville and Health Center of Osgood. MMH asks that you please place the masks in the appropriately-marked bin.For volunteers who have already made face masks that don’t follow the specifications outlined in the instructions, donations are still appreciated.  If you have any questions, please e-mail Mary Dickey at [email protected]last_img

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