One day we may look back on the Age of Masks with a smile. We thank our readers for sending images of themselves garbed in this spring’s must-have accessory.
Melissa Gray, a native of Gloucester and now a producer for National Public Radio, has been sewing masks in Alexandria. So far, she’s sewn 220 masks, including some for Gloucester and Mathews pats and ex-pats, she said. She’s shown here wearing one of her creations.
Robin Hilling of Gloucester waiting to get lab work done at Riverside Cancer Center.
Andrea Hogge of Gloucester wears this mask decorated with teddy bear images of the Grateful Dead.
Matthew Kimball grew up in Mathews, relocating to Florida this past year. Although he said he put on this excessive protective gear more as a joke, he wore this to his office in Tampa. “As an essential employee in a financial institution, we’re working from home but still required to travel to job sites and the office occasionally,” he said.
Mark Holthaus of Gloucester Cour...
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