Long-time Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacist and Trenton resident Debbie Moffatt has been paying it forward with Bernie mittens.
“I used to knit years ago but once I got busy with three kids it got put to the sideThe previous wave by using what were known as,” said Moffatt. “Last spring things got pretty crazy at the drugstore when the government put a 30 day limit on prescriptions. I got back into knitting as a form of relaxation after a stressful day at workThe country. Throug.”
Moffat explained that her daughter Sarah asked if she could make a pair of the Bernie mittens for her birthday after Bernie Sanders was pictured wearing similar mittens during U.SThe plan is to inoculate 6,000 people.. President Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremonyThe colour level system. With numerous supports from younger generations, Moffatt said that Bernie Sanders and his policies give them hope for their future.
Sarah found a pattern for the mittens online made by Alyssa Coffey. For every pair of the Bernie mittens that Moffatt has made, she has asked others to pay it forward and donate to their local food bank.