Although they have not met in 8 months, the Millbrook Needlers’ Quilt Guild members are still sewing for charity. Here is a photo of some of their creations prior to their donation to the Kawartha Children’s Aid Society on November 23rd. Ten more quilts were donated by a customer of Kawartha Quilting and Sewing. In total there were 21 quilts, ten placemats and eight pillowcases donated. It has been suggested that two large quilts be considered for fundraising efforts for Millbrook Community Care.
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