If Brandy Maier wore a Halloween costume, most likely her friends and family would say she could easily be Superwoman because she isn’t afraid to jump in to save the day when she sees a need.
For the last seven years, the Murphy resident has provided Halloween costumes for local disadvantaged children, but now pandemic-related obstacles have forced her to restructure her community service project to meet new regulations.
The challenge is doable for someone like Maier who witnessed the need for costumes firsthand almost two decades ago when she lived in Dallas.
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By Karen Chaney [email protected]