Sitting between Gayle Wildfong and Blanche Hartnett in the front row the SAFE Society’s Marilyn Kalke is delighted to accept 16 quilts made and donated by the Shuswap Quilters Guild. In the back row from left

Cozy contribution

Sitting between Gayle Wildfong and Blanche Hartnett in the front row, the SAFE Society’s Marilyn Kalke is delighted

Sitting between Gayle Wildfong and Blanche Hartnett in the front row the SAFE Society’s Marilyn Kalke is delighted to accept 16 quilts made and donated by the Shuswap Quilters Guild. In the back row from left, Lorraine Hume, Delores Weddick who made eight quilts, Joan Altwasser who made two, Nell Murphy and Janet Johnson pose with their creations at a quilters meeting on May 27.

 

 

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