Tammy

Since March, Lee College instructor Tammy Gross has been sewing and donating protective facemasks for people who need them to help combat the spread of COVID-19. So far, she has crafted over 1,300 masks. 

By Amanda Smoke

In a sun-filled craft room surrounded by towering stacks of broadcloth and color-coded bobbins, the whirr of a sewing machine fills the air as Tammy Gross quietly works to help fight a pandemic the best way she knows how. Since March, Tammy has been sewing and donating protective facemasks for people who need them to help combat the spread of COVID-19. So far, she has crafted over 1,300 masks. 

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