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WBOI Mask Campaign Promotes Public Health, Creativity

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A few whimsical ways to turn found objects, recyclables and even fresh produce into "statements" for entering in WBOI's Make Me A Mask Campaign.
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Katy Anderson, Julia Meek and Lea Denny, pictured here in their own official radio masks, hope this campaign will keep the public safe and stop the spread of COVID-19.

Face coverings are one of the most effective ways to contain the spread of COVID-19. 

While there is still no state-wide mandate on masking in place, several communities now require masks in public, including in Marion, St. Joseph, LaGrange and Elkhart counties.

89.1 WBOI in Fort Wayne is about to launch a campaign called "Make Me A Mask" to encourage everyone to express their creativity and promote public health in the process.

WBOI's/Indiana Public Broadcasting's Ben Clemmer joined WBOI Programming Director Katy Anderson and Arts & Culture Reporter Julia Meek to discuss this project, it's mission, and how to get involved.

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WBOI staff members demonstrate the wide range of objects that can easily be turned into "statement masks."

WBOI's Make Me A Mask Campaign runs from July 4th through September 7th, 2020.
More information and contest rules can be found at the station's website.

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