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Celebrate and support Cambridge School Volunteer(CSV) during their month-long event. Founded in 1966, Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) is an independent non-profit organization supporting the academic and personal success of Cambridge public school children. CSV develops programs which match caring and competent adults with students of all needs and levels. We are pleased to be participating in their month-long celebration which culminates with a community-building event featuring textile artist Diana Weymar of the Tiny Pricks Project. Showcase and honor the work of teachers, tutors, mentors and classroom volunteers by creating your own expression of gratitude as a flag or other fiber arts...

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Meet Lisa G - Customer Service Liaison!

Over the years we have met makers in workshops and they eventually decide to join the team. Lisa G is just one of those makers. When Lisa G decided she wanted a career change she reached out to see if her skills in healthcare administration and her passion for making things could be useful at gather here. At that moment we were feeling overwhelmed with emails and other customer service requests and had begun discussing how to address the never ending email inbox. Lisa G's timing was perfect. When did you start making things? I was always into crafty kits...

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We have mentioned this on Instagram, Twitter, and our newsletter: gather here was created by and owned/operated by a multi-racial Filipina American. We also employ three other Asian Americans. We make up a 1/5 of the gather here team. The past year has taken a toll on me, Virginia, doing my best to keep our small business going through a pandemic as well as taking up space to acknowledge the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes. Sometimes that acknowledgement has left me absolutely exhausted and unmotivated. Other times I'm fired up and ready to go. This April the recipient of our...

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Meet Meghan - machine technician!

Meghan joined gather here prior the pandemic, we even managed to send Meghan to Illinois for Bernina machine technician certification and longarm training prior to everything shutting down. Meghan started as a part-time employee and transitioned to full-time. During the height of the pandemic Meghan helped with our mask-making efforts, pulled and packed orders, as well as cleaned, oiled, and adjust hundred of sewing machines that had been pulled out of attics, basements, and back closets. When did you start making things? I learned how to sew from my mother when I was about 5, and I've been making things ever...

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Meet Rocío!

Rocío joined gather here in February 2020. She had only just completed training when we made the decision to temporarily shutdown. In the summer of 2020, Rocío returned to her part-time position which was quite a bit different from that first month of working at gather here. She is a talented Mexican embroidery artisan now residing in Camberville. When did you start making things? As long as I can remember, I enjoyed making things. I started sewing garments and crocheting hats for my dolls. I devoted some of my early time practicing oil painting but now I am back to...

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