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Councilman Marks recognizes Perry Hall resident for making masks, White Marsh restaurant feeds workers

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Thursday recognized a local resident who made masks for the vulnerable.

“Perry Hall resident Kim Franke is our Fifth District Good Samaritan today,” said Councilman Marks. “Kim has manufactured more than 300 face masks for vulnerable populations in our area.”

“She came to the rescue last week when Morningside House of Satyr Hill needed a supply,” Marks added. “Kim is a little factory all by herself! For her hard work and generosity, she is our Fifth District GOOD Samaritan.”

Meanwhile, workers at the Double-T Diner on Route 40 in White Marsh and at Yia Yia’s Bakery in Rosedale, related through a family connection, boxed up meals to go to Johns Hopkins Hospital, according to WJZ.

“These guys are out on the front lines. They’re putting their lives at risk to keep everybody else healthy and safe,” the Double-T Diner’s Katarina Lagadinos told WJZ. “Any meals they can get from outside, I think it’s good for anyone in the restaurant industry to give back.”


[Image via Councilman David Marks]

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