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The pandemic hits home

“Living in this amazing community that has so many helpful and resourceful people, I thought we could all get together. My idea was to get a mask in everyone’s hands that needs one or would like one. We’ve delivered masks to the senior center, grocery stores, as well as the hospital staff.”

—Keegan Pfeil, an emergency room nurse at St. John’s Health, a search and rescue volunteer and founder of the Jackson Hole Community Mask Project, which has organized the creation and donation of thousands

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