The fourth-grade student’s generosity with the 3D printer is helping the community in this pandemic time.
According to Frank Milde “, They have sore earlobes, and they can’t take off their masks.”
As stated in Frank’s mom Kate Milde told in an interview with NBC Connecticut, “The best thing everybody can do right now, of course, is staying home. But if we have the capacity to do something from home, whether it makes a mask or just a happy video or just share a little joy, he certainly has brought joy into this house.”
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