Matthew Svehla Creates and Donates N95 Masks to UM SRH, Law Enforcement

Thank you to Easton middle schooler Matthew Svehla for his ingenuity, dedication and thoughtfulness!

Matthew recently reached out to the Superintendent of Talbot County Public Schools for help in creating N95 masks with a 3D printer. He said each mask takes up to 10 hours to make, and, so far, the masks he has created have been donated to UM SRH, where his mother, Melissa Svehla, is Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Services manager, and local police departments, like the Centreville Police Department, where his father, Todd Svehla, works.

Thank you, Matthew, for thinking of our local first responders and front line team members!