2019 Twins Homer Hankies Are Being Turned Into Facemasks For Workers

Back in 2012 or 2013, I used to post "One Piece Of Good News" weekly. Did that for a couple years, but you know, you get busy, distracted, maybe even lazy.

However, with John Krasinski starting the "Some Good News" show, I thought to myself, this sounds familiar. Certainly on a MUCH larger scale, but the spirit of my posts the exact same thing as what John is doing.

SO, instead of weekly, I intend to find one piece of good news each day to share with you from somewhere in the world. Something extraordinary or unbelievable (in a good way). Someone going out of their way. Or even something frivolous that can put a smile on our face.

Thank you, John Krasinski for being a beacon of joy and hope in a very uncertain world.

The Minnesota Twins have teamed up with 4 other local companies to create the Homer Hanky Facemasks, they've been used to rally the Twins, now they'll be used to rally frontline workers

MINNEAPOLIS — The Homer Hanky has long been used to rally the Minnesota Twins.
Now, those same towels are being used to rally front line workers in the form of face coverings.
“There is no question that there is a critical need right now,” says Mitch Retelny Senior Manager, Special Events & Promotions at the Minnesota Twins. “Not only to provide face coverings for those bravely working on the front lines of the COVID crisis but just to help our community.”


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