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Ongoing COVID-19 Efforts
While social distancing continues to be recommended, Hospitals, Nursing Homes and neighbors in the Kearsarge Region still need cotton face masks.
Here are two well written instructions for making 2-ply fabric masks, as well as a video tutorial (see below) from the Deaconess Health System.
- Each mask takes less than 15 minutes to make. Note: Obtaining elastic might be a challenge. If you can’t find elastic, let us know as we might be able to access some for you
- Completed masks can be dropped off at New London Hospital’s vestibule inside of Door #10 (the old Clough Center Entrance). Community members can drop off both Masks and Surgical Caps.
- Please leave the masks next to the yellow bin.
The New London Hospital is in need of cotton, re-usable surgical caps.
There are two types that can be sewn:
Completed surgical caps can be dropped off in the yellow bin inside New London Hospital Door #10, the old Clough Center entrance.
Huge thank you to the following local photographers for sharing their stunning photos of our beautiful Kearsarge Region.
- Nancy Allenby – New London Photographer and KNP Volunteer
- Cindy Benson – Andover Photographer and KNP Volunteer
- Peter Bloch – New London Photographer
- Garrett Evans – Sutton Photographer
- Jaimie Jusczyk – Wilmot Photographer
- Nancy Lindsey – New London Photographer and KNP Volunteer
- Terri Wilcox – Wilmot Photographer