METECS employee, Nicholas Davis has a couple big-hearted kids. During the stay at home order, Sophomore Michelle Davis and eighth grader Nicholas Davis both decided to combine skills to help their community. Using a 3D printer and a sewing machine, Michelle and Nicholas are making masks for frontline workers. The masks were specially designed and handmade, paired with flexible straps that relieve tension on the ears.
“It makes us feel very happy that we can help the people that help us because they risk their lives every day to keep our community safe and healthy,” said Michelle.
By working hard, both kids have made more than a combined 40 masks and 100 ear-relief straps all while balancing their schoolwork.
Great Job, Michelle and Nicholas!