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Western Wisconsin COVID-19 Archive Project

Collected Item: “Not All Heroes Have Long Legs”

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Not All Heroes Have Long Legs

Provide us with a brief description of this object and, if it is not obvious, how it connects with the Chippewa Valley. For example, if this object is an image describe for us what the image displays and why it is significant.

This is an image of my rescue dog, Ella. In the image, she is wearing a mask that was handmade by a Chippewa Valley resident, Cecilia Schemenauer. Our family who is a resident of the Chippewa Valley turned towards humor and quality family time to cope with the changes, uncertainty, and fear that came with COVID-19. Our dogs were huge support systems for us and an easy escape from the world around us. They made us smile and laugh during a stressful time.

When was this item created? Please use a "month day, year" format, for example, "April 10, 2020."

May 10, 2020

Share with us the geographic location where this item was created. Please include, if possible, a ZIP code and an address or cross streets to help us map this location. For example, "Rice Lake, Wis., 54868, intersection of Main and Knapp."

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Who created this object?

Renee Normand

Tell us who is contributing this object to the Covid-19 archive. For example, "John Smith."

Emmaliese Normand

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Home and family

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