Kiwanis Quilt

January 19, 2010

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Quilt maker Marianne Plantinga poses with quilt winners The Lauves on Jan. 7. When Plantinga started her quilt years ago, she didn’t know it’d have such an impact in the community. After    donating the 38-by-39-inch quilt to the Kiwanis Club of Providence Point, however, that’s exactly what she did.
The club’s members held a raffle for the quilt, which earned $1,000 for Eastside Baby Corner. The winners of the raffle and proud owners of the quilt are both members of the club. The Lauves said they will rotate the quilt among their three daughters each year.Kiwanis QuiltQuilt maker Marianne Plantinga poses with quilt winners The Lauves on Jan. 7. When Plantinga started her quilt years ago, she didn’t know it’d have such an impact in the community. After    donating the 38-by-39-inch quilt to the Kiwanis Club of Providence Point, however, that’s exactly what she did. The club’s members held a raffle for the quilt, which earned $1,000 for Eastside Baby Corner. The winners of the raffle and proud owners of the quilt are both members of the club. The Lauves said they will rotate the quilt among their three daughters each year. contributed
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