LeeShore thanks Piecemakers

The LeeShore Center sends our sincerest thanks to the Kenai Piecemakers quilting group for the beautiful handmade quilts they donated to our agency. This year the quilting group donated 60 quilts in addition to 4 pillow cases!

Those of us working at the emergency shelter and transitional living facility get to see the impact their kind gift brings to the many children we serve each year. It is a pleasure to see a child’s face light up with anticipation and joy as they choose their very own special quilt to keep.

In gratitude, we’d like to thank Ruth Gillespie, Donna Tomlinson, Sue Pike, Julia Seifritz, Ruby Windsor, Jean Douglas, Margaret Goodman, Angie Miller, Sheila Holtzen, Jeneane Benedict, Sue Bowen, Sarah Waechtler and Pat Kissee.

We are deeply appreciative for all your support and generosity!

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