Annie Robinson, junior


Courtesy of Annie Robinson

Anna Rachwalski

Junior Annie Robinson started a mask-making business at the start of quarantine when she saw a need in her community.

“Masks weren’t readily available at that time, people were walking into stores with bandannas or whatever could cover their face,” said Robinson. “I forgot that I could sew until that point, so I thought it would be fun to sew masks for my friends, and my family. It kind of spiraled from there.”

Robinson’s business is still going strong, even with major retailers now selling masks.