In these challenging and uncertain times, we all want to help and do our part. Boscobel area residents have stepped up to support local businesses, organizations and those working on the coronavirus 2019 frontline.
Tashia Kellogg, of Boscobel, is one of many who have shifted gears and found a way to use her talent and resources to meet new needs in her community.
Kellogg heard Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics' call for face coverings and responded by donating 30 homemade coverings to protect Gundersen Boscobel visitors and non-patient care staff.
"We are thrilled and humbled by the donations we have received," said Natalie Tollefson, Foundation Director. "Tashia is one of many 'difference makers' within our community who have reached out with offers to help and we couldn't be more grateful."
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