Volunteers formed an assembly line on Devens before Christmas to build first aid and personal hygiene kits for the area s homeless.  The idea to repurpose
Volunteers formed an assembly line on Devens before Christmas to build first aid and personal hygiene kits for the area s homeless. The idea to repurpose used eyeglass cases into the portable kits was sparked by Devens Eco-Efficiency Center director Dona Neely, left, who d been given dozens of eyeglass cases from the Ayer-Shirley Lions Club which repurposes used eye glasses towards its vision mission but had no use for the eyeglass storage boxes. Shown in the picture from the left is Neely, Kate Clisham (Devens Enterprise Commission staff), Stacey Auger (Associate Director, ACTION Health Services), Peter Lowitt (Director, Devens Enterprise Commission), Jennifer Cordio (President, Ayer-Shirley Lions Club) Cordio s daughter Rachel Cormier, and Neil Angus (Environmental Planner, Devens Enterprise Commission). Holly Colt (Environmental Health and Safety Engineer, American Superconductor) also volunteered but is not shown in the photo. (Courtesy photo)