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There are many unsung heroes quilting for charity and I’ve some feel good, heart-warming stories to share with you.
Hands for Hospice is a ministry that provides quilts for people who are sick or in need.
These ladies meet every Tuesday at the fellowship hall at Mercer Baptist Church where they make these quilts. The ministry started in 2007, Floye Puckett, one of the founding members says “we started this ministry in 2007, each one of us brought our own sewing machines and bought our own material.”
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