Gallery: Acts of Coronavirus Kindness

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photo: Anna Creadick

Anna Creadick used her Hello Kitty sewing machine to create homemade masks once Govenor Cuomo issued a mandate for these coverings when out in public. Her creations, along with those made by a number of locals, are available to Genevans who need them at the Center of Concern, 58 Avenue D, from 10am-1pm weekdays.

photo: Jan Regan

Free toilet paper with every bottle from Provisions on Linden

photo: Lisa Grabman

Stomping Grounds sent out its message loud and clear

photo: Lisa Grabman

The Lady of Pultney Park doing her part

photo: Jan Regan

Sue Adams and family spread some Easter Bunny love on Castle Street

photo: Jan Regan

Hello from an essential worker!

photo: Jan Regan

Candy wreath on door of Burrall Insurance

photo: Jan Regan

Sign on Genesee Street

photo: Jan Regan

photo: Jan Regan

photo: Jan Regan

photo: Jan Regan

photo: Jan Regan

photo: Jan Regan

photo: Jan Regan

many businesses are offering up gratitude along the road

photo: Jan Regan

Spotted on Routes 5&20: A personal food give-away! Many stopped to contribute more food to this young man's basket - and one driver handed him a big cup of coffee.

photo: Jan Regan

Chris Lavin of the Boys & Girls Clubs accepts a food donation during a recent coffee giveaway in front of Opus in downtown Geneva

photo: Jan Regan

the Main Family adds a little cheer to Washington Street

photo: Jan Regan

free roses along the sidewalk

photo: Jan Regan

Laura Salamendra loving a little Solidarity at Six!

photo: Michele Barrett

a warm message on the sidewalk

photo: Jan Regan

Chef Sam Buyskes cooked up 200 meals for distribution by BluePrint Geneva to families in need. The Augustines were on duty at pick-up.

photo: Michele Barrett

spotted on Castle Heights