Orthman Manufacturing in Lexington, Neb., donated more than 3,700 masks to schools in its community so every student and employee had their own.
After school started, teachers sought help in assuring an adequate inventory of masks.
The masks donated to the schools feature a stylized “L” that adorns the district’s website and identifies it as home of the Minutemen.
“We are living in unprecedented times, and COVID-19 has forced us into uncharted waters,” middle school Principal Scott West said. “We are extremely grateful for the masks provided by Orthman. Students can be seen all over the district wearing the Lexington L with the Orthman sponsorship.”
Source: Lexington Clipper-Herald | Member since 1989 | orthman.com