Quilting Club Sets Benefit Projects
The Piecemakers Quilting Club members have been working on a couple of volunteer projects that will benefit foster children and also the residents at the local Veterans Center. The members showed their artworks at their regular monthly business meeting Wednesday, Oct. 4 at the Parker Library in Sulphur.
Club members showed a completed yellow quilt that will be offered as the prize in an upcoming raffle. Proceeds benefit young A’Layah Robinson’s “Lemonade for Love” project that provides backpacks to children entering the foster care system. The backpacks contain toys and necessary items for the kids who are new to foster care. Now adopted, A’Layah once was a foster child.
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