Quilts for kids




Plymouth Police officer Ben Jeanty (center, above) accepts a donation of 14 fleece quilts (right) from Plymouth Kettle Country Quilt Guild members Lucy Marks-Haack (Ieft, above) and Helen Schroeder (right, above). The quilts, for officers to share with children in distress, are one of the volunteer efforts by the guild. They also make placemats for Meals on Wheels, baby quilts for local hospitals, quilts for Rocky Knoll and help the Camo Quilt project by making quilt tops, as well as other items for themselves and their families. The group consists of a large range of quilting experience and always welcomes new members. The guild meets the first Tuesday of each month in the meeting room at the Plymouth Public Library. Anyone interested in joining the guild may contact Schroeder at 920-892-6284. Plymouth Police officer Ben Jeanty (center, above) accepts a donation of 14 fleece quilts (right) from Plymouth Kettle Country Quilt Guild members Lucy Marks-Haack (Ieft, above) and Helen Schroeder (right, above). The quilts, for officers to share with children in distress, are one of the volunteer efforts by the guild. They also make placemats for Meals on Wheels, baby quilts for local hospitals, quilts for Rocky Knoll and help the Camo Quilt project by making quilt tops, as well as other items for themselves and their families. The group consists of a large range of quilting experience and always welcomes new members. The guild meets the first Tuesday of each month in the meeting room at the Plymouth Public Library. Anyone interested in joining the guild may contact Schroeder at 920-892-6284.

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