Crafters Recognized for their Dedication

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Guild members, from left, Etta Cannon, Lynette Ching, Lisa Triebwasser, Jean Arovas, Marty Hoffman, Yves Newmen, Maria Martini, Rosemarie Riche, and the Susi Q’s Christine Brewer.
Guild members, from left, Etta Cannon, Lynette Ching, Lisa Triebwasser, Jean Arovas, Marty Hoffman, Yves Newmen, Maria Martini, Rosemarie Riche, and the Susi Q’s Christine Brewer.

For the past five years, members of the Susi Q Needle Arts Guild have transformed donated yarn to knit and crochet scarves, hats, shawls, children sweaters, dresses, and lap blankets for nonprofit organizations.

Members of the guild have provided over 50 handmade blankets and caps to military personnel and their families and recently received a certificate of recognition from Marty Hoffman, of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9934,

“Our service members, active, inactive and retired deserve our continuous support and appreciation,” said guild member Jean Arovas. “This is our way of showing we care and to let them know that they are not forgotten.”

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