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Parsons Primitive Methodist Church conducts pillowcase project


October 18. 2013 5:00PM


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Members and friends of the congregation of the Parsons Primitive Methodist Church recently made and distributed 334 pillowcases and 20 quilts to hospitals for children with cancer and other chronic diseases as well as to children living in area shelters and children who were impacted by the Oklahoma tornadoes. The project is funded by generous donations and the loving work of volunteers who cut, sew, wash, iron, package and deliver the cases. Some of the volunteers, from left, first row, are Art Berton, Betty Knappman and Marion Jennings. Second row: Lorraine Berton, Genevieve Smacher, Elizabeth Gribble and Elizabeth Berry.




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