COOK COUNTRY, MINNESOTA ~~~~~ September 15, 2020 (LSN) The Cook County Emergency Operations Center (EOC), the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP), local artist Linda Baudry and Set Out Screen Printing have collaborated to thank MN Responds COVID-19 volunteers for their service over the last six months.
“This effort is designed to thank all of the volunteers registered in the MN Responds system who have stepped forward to help the community during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said EOC Volunteer Manager and SHIP Coordinator Andrea Orest. “To date, 210 individuals have logged 4,802.75 hours. They are amazing!”
Volunteers have logged those hours performing various roles in the community, including:
“We are so grateful for the generous response by our volunteers,” Orest said. “As a small thank you, all local MN Responds volunteers will receive a shirt designed by Linda Baudry and printed by Set Out Screen Printing. We feel the design captures the meaningfulness of community members supporting each other in the interest of the health and well-being of everyone.”
Volunteers can pick up their shirts at the Cook County Community Center during the following time periods:
Those unable to pick up their shirts during these times may contact Andrea Orest at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-877-8262 to make alternative arrangements.
Local artist Linda Baudry’s design for the MN Responds volunteer t-shirts depicts the impact of the volunteers’ helping hands on community well-being.
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