Man makes ‘Be Kind’ face masks, sales benefit Dubuque Rescue Mission

By Daniel Charland

Witness Correspondent

DUBUQUE — While face masks have become a common sight over the last several months, Jeff Lenhart of Dubuque is creating unique ones to stand out with a positive message. A staff member of the Dubuque Rescue Mission, a nondenominational Christian charity that provides shelter for homeless men and serves thousands of meals per month to those in need, among other services.

Lenhart was inspired to distribute masks with the words “Be Kind” embroidered on them to help counter the feelings of negativity brought about by the pandemic.

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