Pictured are John Miller; Cathy Lenhart Miller; Dr. David Hoffert, Warsaw Community Schools superintendent; Ann Sweet, Pincushion Pals coordinator; and Dave Rank, pastor of community impact at Winona Lake Grace Brethren Church. Photo Provided.
Pictured are John Miller; Cathy Lenhart Miller; Dr. David Hoffert, Warsaw Community Schools superintendent; Ann Sweet, Pincushion Pals coordinator; and Dave Rank, pastor of community impact at Winona Lake Grace Brethren Church. Photo Provided.
Warsaw Community Schools is grateful to all the volunteers and donors who have helped WCS prepare for the start of the 2020-21 school year, according to a news release from WCS.

The latest donation of 1,500 handmade masks that will go to the WCS Transportation Department, school buildings, and new teachers was gifted by a group called Pincushion Pals. These volunteer sewers make up to six masks per hour. Volunteers delivered 300 more handmade masks for the nurse's office today.

The Pincushion Pals club originated out of the Winona Lake Grace Brethren Church. Ann Sweet is the coordinator. Funding support for the materials for the masks came from multiple individual and corporate donors.

If anyone would like to sew with the group, get additional information or make a donation, contact Winona Lake Grace Brethren Church at 574-267-6623.