Hiawatha Henry (63C)

Hiawatha (63C) and Don Henry (65C)
Hiawatha (63C) and Don Henry (65C)

Berry alums are quick to offer their help during difficult times! Here's what one alumna, Hiawatha Henry (63C), is doing:

What do you do for a living?

I am a retired teacher. I had two teaching careers: home economics and special education. I am also on the board of directors for KidStuff, an organization that ministers to special needs children.

How have you been impacted by COVID-19?

I have isolated because I have a compromised immune system.

Hiawatha Henry (63C)
Hiawatha Henry (63C) with capes for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

How have you been helping others during the COVID-19 pandemic?

I have been making masks for the hospital and for my doctor's office. I have been sewing for over a week now and have made several hundred masks!

In addition, I make capes and deliver them to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (Egleston and Scottish Rite). This is not a new project but one I have been doing for five years to bring a smile to the children's faces.

When we do something to bless others, we are blessed beyond measure!

What would you tell Berry alums and/or students right now?

I recall those years at Berry with fondness. Mrs. Scoggins taught me to love sewing, and I still enjoy it today!

Hiawatha Henry (63C) masks
Hiawatha Henry (63C)



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