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Quilting for a cause

Standing – Irene Weber, Lorrie Snider, Pauline Weiland, Judy Reist, Elaine McCutchen, Betty Anne Scott, Grace Alton, Gladys Rellinger and Sharon Agla Sitting – Brenda Hallman, Kathleen Snyder & Shannon Cleary Missing – Diane Strickler
Standing – Irene Weber, Lorrie Snider, Pauline Weiland, Judy Reist, Elaine McCutchen, Betty Anne Scott, Grace Alton, Gladys Rellinger and Sharon Agla Sitting – Brenda Hallman, Kathleen Snyder & Shannon Cleary Missing – Diane Strickler
Standing – Irene Weber, Lorrie Snider, Pauline Weiland, Judy Reist, Elaine McCutchen, Betty Anne Scott, Grace Alton, Gladys Rellinger and Sharon Agla. Sitting – Brenda Hallman, Kathleen Snyder & Shannon Cleary. Missing – Diane Strickler

Doing something for others! This what the ladies of the Bloomingdale Women’s Institute did at their meeting on Monday, October 3rd at the Bloomingdale United Church. As soon as the ladies started arriving they were busy around the quilting frame to begin knotting a quilt. This quilt will be donated to the Mennonite Central Committee

Brenda Hallman, Shannon Cleary, Sharon Agla & Kathleen Snyder. Background is Grace Alton picking out a lap top quilt.
Brenda Hallman, Shannon Cleary, Sharon Agla & Kathleen Snyder. Background is Grace Alton picking out a lap top quilt.

There were also smaller comforters which will be donated to the Pediatric Ward of Grand River hospital.

Judy Reist, Pauline Weiland, Betty Anne Scott & Lorrie Snider
Judy Reist, Pauline Weiland, Betty Anne Scott & Lorrie Snider

Each member was also asked to bring a “stuffy” for donation to the Conestogo and Maryhill Fire Departments. Kathleen Snyder and Brenda Hallman have volunteered to place each stuffed animal in a clear plastic before giving to the fire departments. This way the fireman can carry them always in their trucks knowing they will always be in good condition when given out when needed.

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