Two of Bailer’s young neighbors in Oxford, Kaylyn and Molly Macechko, have spread the message by wearing their own pastel T-shirts and creating positive messages via chalk art during their break from Talawanda schools.
“They use sidewalk chalk to convey health messages and just uplifting messages … they canvas our entire driveway, “said Amy Macechko, mother of the sixth-grader and third-grader.
“They also went to every person’s house on our street and the adjoining street and wrote a message in front of everyone’s driveway … I love that they are spreading positive messages.”
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Macechko said Bailer was getting messages from her daughters in front of her house and while out walking in the neighborhood.
Baker, a graphic designer, works from her home in Butler County.
“I initially created the design to help spread the stay at home message. It was exciting to see the health commissioner wearing my T-shirt on Facebook. Adding the second shirt was my way of helping to flatten the curve,” Baker said
T-shirts are available for purchase on Baker’s website, www.jjartisticdesign.com, or the JJ Artistic Design Facebook page, www.facebook.com/jjartisticdesign.
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