Updated: Oct 11, 2020
The word ‘hope’ will be spelled out in 8-foot-tall wooden letters and covered in colorful quilts by D.C.’s Smithsonian Metro station on Saturday to show gratitude for frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s part of the COVID-19 U.S. Honor Quilt project, where everyone is invited to add their own art.
“I feel it’s time to honor and thank our frontline workers from the medical personnel to the delivery people to people at the grocery store. Those who are really risking their lives and their health during our COVID pandemic for our benefit,” said Diane Canney, the project’s creator. Read the full article here...