In a profile late last month, we told you about Mil Valley fashion designer J’Amy Tarr‘s plan to launch “50 Jackets for 50 Strong Women,” giving 50 of her jackets to 50 women nominated for their service on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Think healthcare workers, grocery store employees, postal workers and first responders. 

Well, less than a full month later, Tarr has delivered on that promise – twice over. She delivered 100 jackets to 100 frontline workers. In doing so, Tarr said, “Let’s all take a moment and acknowledge these incredible individuals and applaud
their heroic efforts to help keep us safe.”

The list itself is full of amazing women. It includes Juice Girl owner Karen Olson, BOL owner Chelsea Hutchinson as well as Brenda Gondak, Leslie Cornelius and Jennifer Jarvis of Mill Valley Market, as well as Mill Valley School District counselor Jenn Ferrer.


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