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Kayla's Kindness Project supports community during pandemic


August 9, 2020

Left: Kayla Leeper (left) delivered personalized masks to Share Medical Center CEO Kandice Allen. Right: Kayla Leeper (middle) is shown with Robyn Mitchell; Brittany Andrulonis; Yolanda Duffey and Lisa England of the Stephenson's Cancer Center.

Kayla Leeper, Kayla's Kindness Project, due to safety concerns of COVID-19 and some facilities being on lock-down, has been unable to provide her traditional care packages. Due to the Alva community and Woods County 4-H being instrumental in having a prosperous fundraiser for Kayla's Kindness Project in February, she was able to order personalized face masks that she personally delivered to Share Medical Center and Stephenson's Cancer Center. Everyone expressed gratitude for Kayla's generosity, kindness and compassion during the sometimes scary times of this pandemic.


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