Alpine Teams With Seamstress Amy Cabral to Make Masks for RI Medical Professionals
Alpine Country Club has partnered with seamstress designer and interior decorator Amy Cabral to help make masks for Rhode Island Medical professionals battling the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the club’s Facebook post, Alpine will donate clear vinyl products to Cabral that they had left over from a previous project.
As of Tuesday, April 14, there are 2,976 cases of coronavirus in Rhode Island, resulting in 73 deaths.
Alpine’s Facebook post is as follows:
“We have partnered with Amy Cabral, Seamstress Designer, Interior Decorator by donating clear vinyl product we had from a previous project so she can make masks for Rhode Island Medical professionals in addition to the cotton masks that she’s making all funded by donations from the Rhode Island community.
Hospitals have reached out to Amy since she has made thousands of curtains for emergency rooms and hospitals throughout the state over the years. Amy has been involved at the Alpine making our window treatments for the Ballroom, Lounge Area, as well as repairs to our outside tent as well.
Thank you Amy, we commend your efforts and were happy to help!”
Alpine is located at 251 Pippin Orchard Road in Cranston, Rhode Island.
In the about section on their Facebook page it reads:
“The Alpine has been a “family” tradition since 1960. From its humble beginnings in a recreational hall to the present, we have been a country club whose main purpose is to promote friendship and camaraderie. Our members always feel welcome.”