For the last 39 years George Livanou, one of our local tailors, has been making magic with needle and thread.
Now that the CDC has formally recommended that all people wear “cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain,” George has put his tailors and seamstresses to work making some more magic — keeping us healthy. He and his team are sewing double-layered, non-surgical cloth masks. (The CDC has asked that N95 respirators and surgical masks be donated to first responders and hospitals.)
Leviner Wood applauds his commitment to help us combat the spread of the contagion and we are donating fabric to George to help out his efforts. He is still in need of more elastic. If you’re able to donate some, please follow the link below to find his contact details.
If you’d like to order masks for you or your family, they are $10 each, which helps to offset his costs. Call George and place an order. We’re in this together.