The City of Canyon Lake is offering free face masks to residents who need them. The face masks were created by more than 75 volunteers through a community project called Keep Canyon Lake Covered. The project was initiated by resident Louise Nielsen and backed by the city
Volunteers cut, sowed, threaded straps, ironed, assembled, sanitized, and packaged 3,000 masks to distribute to the community.
To add an element of fun to the project, volunteers are delivering the masks in superhero, fairy, dinosaur, and other costumes, to the doorsteps of residents who requested them.
As of today, 1,176 masks have been distributed to 394 households.
In order to help slow the spread of coronavirus, Riverside County ordered all residents to “wear a face covering when home.”
Residents who need face masks are asked to submit their name, address, photo number, and number of masks needed to [email protected]
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