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Daybreak resident Kim Bourrie, put her hobby and a little ingenuity to work to help local essential workers get protective masks. From her basement, Kim made N-19 masks using her 3D printer. Once printed the masks required filters, so Kim reached out to the Daybreak community for donations. The response from the Daybreak community was amazing. Residents donated MRV-13 and MRV-16 grade filters, window foam sealant and material for stretchy straps.

The N-19 masks were donated to essential workers by partnering with the First-Response Ministry of the Salt Lake Unified Police Department.

We want to thank Kim and her volunteers for donating approximately 1,500 masks since the end of March.

Watch the KUTV interview with Kim, here.

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