Calling all crafters: Huron C4C needs you
Calling all crafters: Huron C4C needs you!
Huron County Crafters for Caregivers (Huron C4C) is a volunteer-run project seeking to recognize long-term care staff at our facilities. Please join us in showing our support and gratitude for all they do.
Create a handcrafted gift of your choice. Items will be collected until Oct. 3, 2022 at Stitches with a Twist in Blyth. For more info on the project, contact Irene Kellins at (519) 523-9449 or at 404 Queen Street, Blyth.
Drop off your stitched gifts to Stitches with a Twist until Oct. 3 or any branch of the Huron County Library until Oct. 1.
Each gift will be tagged with a Huron C4C gift tag by volunteers at Stitches with a Twist for distribution to LTC facilities in time for Thanksgiving!
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From The Citizen April 28, 2022 – Local crafters are “putting their needles together” to help recognize staff at local long-term care facilities with a project that started in Blyth called Huron Crafters for Caregivers.
While the project started with a suggestion from Huron County Tourism Development Officer Rick Sickinger, it’s been two local crafters, Irene Kellins and Sharlene Bolen, who have pushed the project forward. The project will see local knitters and crocheters produce handmade gifts to give to people in Huron County’s long-term care facilities.
In an interview with The Citizen, the pair said the original target was to have enough to give 300 gifts to people working at local long-term care facilities. However, Kellins and Bolen hope to go past that and give a gift to everyone who helps care for what Kellins called “the most important treasure”, which is the elders of the community.
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