Quilts bring smiles to young faces

Letter to the Editor

Posted: Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Each year members of the Kenai Piecemakers quilting group bring beautiful quilts for the children residing in shelter.

These quilters work tirelessly to provide resident children a warm keepsake. Children coming into shelter get to pick out a quilt for their very own. We wish you could all see the smiles on their faces when they find “their” quilt. It is priceless.

LeeShore would like to thank the following: Ulmer’s (Homer) for fabric and quilting donations. Quilts were made and donated by Kenai Fabric Center, Jeneane Benedict, Sarah Waechtler, Ruby Windsor, Sue Bowen, Myrna Davidson, Connie Dillinger, Margaret Goodman, Sue Bible, Sheila Holtzen, Elsie Albertson (Elsie made 49 of this year’s quilts), Pat Kissee, Nancy Peck and Jean Douglas. We appreciate you all. Thanks for all of your hard work.

Barbara Waters

Volunteer coordinator

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