Terre Haute Living December 2016 - Page 31

g Sheila Horstman works on a piece at one of the Yarn Spinners regular meetings. At right, when a Sewing Seams of Hope session starts, the prayer is signed so all involved can take part. economic groups] make sure we have plenty. The bears take their minds off of the shot and onto something else. It calms the child. They are hurting and crying and they get to hold the bear while they are being treated and then they get to take it home. We are so appreciative of the ladies who make and deliver these.” The ministries mentioned here are just a few that exist to spread love across the Wabash Valley and beyond. This Christmas you can rest assured that Mrs. Claus’s spirit is alive and well, not just for this season, but all year long. ill w r e f f o l a i c spe s i h T ! W O N 31st R E ACT B M E C E til D n u t s a l y l n o tribstar.com/terrehauteliving December 2016 • Terre Haute Living 31