Terre Haute Living December 2016 - Page 27

g Volunteers as young as 9 are part of the First Christian Church giving program. blankets and baby hats. I can feel the love of God and all of you in each baby blanket and hat. God has given all of you a gift, and you have willingly shared with others less fortunate. May your reward in heaven be great.” — CPC (Crisis Pregnancy Center) Boutique “Thank you so much for your donation of baby blankets for the tiny babies at Union Hospital. The time and effort you put into your blankets is truly amazing. We cannot thank you enough on behalf of the babies and their families.” — March of Dimes Ministry to the Wabash Valley In the past, the Yarn Spinners have mentored others to begin a knitting and crochet ministry and are always ready and willing to offer their help. Mt. Pleasant’s Yarn Spinners are always looking for new members to help carry on the tradition, and they welcome anyone who wants to learn to crochet or knit to those experienced in those crafts. Sheila Horstman keeps record of the work done with the Yarn Spinners. tribstar.com/terrehauteliving December 2016 • Terre Haute Living 27