Cotton Pickin’ Quilters hold open house (Dialysis Unit, SPH)
The Radisson Cotton Pickin’ Quilters held an open house on April 24 at St. Paul Lutheran Church. On display were the many articles the ladies had been working on since October of 2018. Between 12 and 15 ladies from the community met every Wednesday from Oct. 1 to the end of April at the Lutheran Church lower hall from 1 to 5 p.m. In total they made 67 quilts. They sent 20 to the Salvation Army and seven to a refugee family in Saskatoon in December and the remaining ones will go to Canadian Lutheran World Relief in Winnipeg to be shipped to refugee camps in third world countries. They quilted five lap blankets that went to St. Paul’s Hospital (SPH) dialysis unit, and made 15 blankets that were given to local first responders.
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Tiko Kerr, Vancouver Artist and patient of Dr. Julio Montaner