Big turn out for free COVID-19 masks on Saturday
A large number of residents turned out Saturday as Adams County Supervisors distributed free COVID-19 facial masks at several drive thru locations in the county from 9 a.m. until noon.
District 1 Adams County Supervisor Wes Middleton with his wife, Lauren, and several volunteers, handed out masks in front of the old K-Mart at 280 John R Junkin Dr. Saturday.
Wes Middleton said a line of cars was waiting when he showed up at 9 a.m. and by 10 a.m. They had given away 130 masks to people who drove through and presented a picture ID to prove they are residents of Adams County.
District 5 Supervisor Warren Gaines had a huge turnout at the Volunteer Fire Department on Foster Mound Road on Saturday.
“We had 1,800 masks,” Gaines said.
By 10:30 a.m. Gaines had distributed 1,200 of those masks to residents who drove through the fire department.
Still a line of cars was backed up waiting to get their free masks.
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