Face Shields for Healthcare Workers

As part of Boy Scout Troup 941, middle-schooler Christopher Lam of Pleasanton (mother Michelle is a descendant of the Avanzini/Zuech family of Brez, Val di Non) produced face shields with 3-D printers for frontline healthcare workers. They purchased the material through fundraising. They worked non-stop, fabricating thousands of shields. They donated them to hospitals all over California and even Washington D.C. They also donated the shields to dental and physical therapy offices, Pleasanton Unified School District, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, etc. Way to go boys!