Hero Mask Makers Update!
The Brazos Valley Needs Reusable Cloth Masks – and We Are Making Them!
Won’t You Become A Hero Mask Maker?
Hero Mask Makers have been working hard and have provided over 1000 masks for the Bryan/College Station community so far!
We are grateful for all who have contributed their time, talents, and resources to support this coalition.
But – we’re not done yet as Gov. Abbott is slowly re-engaging Texas communities.
We will need more masks as the Brazos Valley enters mainstream society and we as communities try to embrace a new normal of wearing masks and social distancing.
It’s not too late to join this worthwhile endeavor right now!
How Can I Help?
To accomplish this project, we need people to:
- Donate fabric, elastic, binding or twill tape, and wire ribbon.
- Cut out fabric and assemble into craft bags.
- Actually make the masks.
If you would like to join in this project, here is a link to the Hero Mask Makers Form to sign up and and we will get back to you within 24 hours with complete project information:
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or leave questions for us at the end of the form.
Like and Follow the Facebook Page to get updates and info! @heromaskmakers.
Want To DIY The Masks Yourself?
Please follow the pattern or one similar to the instructions in the following video from Dr. Lauren Streicher
Thanks For Your Help During #ronapacolypse!
For more information, contact Rhonda Raphael at email@example.com.