A Springboro High School senior is using time at home during the coronavirus outbreak to sew face masks for area doctors and nurses.
Allie Lunt has spent more than 20 hours so far creating masks for health care workers and first responders on the frontlines of the pandemic.
“I can't begin to tell you how proud I am of Allie,” said Springboro High School Principal Kyle Martin. “The time, commitment and care that Allie is showing our local doctors and nurses, who are saving lives during this very difficult time, is commendable. This is what giving back is all about, and I know Allie’s work is truly making a difference.”
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