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Quilt donation

The Bay Quilters Quilt Guild recently donated 20 quilts to the Rural Infant Services Program. Pat Rawls, coordinator of the guild, said that the quilts are used by children from birth to three years of age during “tummy time,” when they learn and play while participating in the program. Shown with their quilts, from left, are guild members Emily Anderson, Sweetie Davis, Janet Gauthier, Carol Murdock, Kathy Shy, Cheryl Dale, Ava Lemon, Pat Rawls, and Lynne Dreelin. Receiving the quilts at Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board in Urbanna were (not pictured) Sandra Young of MPNN Early Intervention; Kim Marean, the RISP Local System Manager; and Emily Eanes, director of Youth and Family Services for the CSB. The Bay Quilters Quilt Guild meets the second Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. in the common room at Westville Christian Church on Main Street, Mathews. “We welcome all visitors interested in learning the art of quilting,” said Rawls. 

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