A local teen creates ear savers and donates to first responders

A local boy scout is staying active during social isolation, creating ear savers for healthcare workers.
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A local boy scout is staying active during social isolation, creating ear savers for healthcare workers.

14-year-old Spencer Jacobs and his father started playing with their 3-D printer two weeks ago to chase away isolation boredom when Spencer got the idea to make the ear savers. He’s given almost 400 away to local nurses, firefighters, and first responders.

“That’s really our main goal for all of this is that we are trying to give out to all the hospitals, the frontline workers, the essential workers who are still working throughout all these weeks of quarantine,” says Jacobs.

Spencer says they have received donations and sales to keep making more and now they have a GoFundMe page. To donate, visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/earsavers-to-frontline-workers.

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