Quilt to be used for second raffle


Judy Wolfe, left, is the winner of The ARK quilt raffle, which is presented by Cynthia Cothren, ARK director, Monday. The quilt was made and donated by the Foothills Quilters Guild. Rather than keep the quilt, Wolfe said she is going to use it to pay it forward and donate it to the Jonesville Historical Society to be raffled to raise money for that group. Raffle details for the historical society will be announced in the future.


Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune

Judy Wolfe, left, is the winner of The ARK quilt raffle, which is presented by Cynthia Cothren, ARK director, Monday. The quilt was made and donated by the Foothills Quilters Guild. Rather than keep the quilt, Wolfe said she is going to use it to pay it forward and donate it to the Jonesville Historical Society to be raffled to raise money for that group. Raffle details for the historical society will be announced in the future.

Judy Wolfe, left, is the winner of The ARK quilt raffle, which is presented by Cynthia Cothren, ARK director, Monday. The quilt was made and donated by the Foothills Quilters Guild. Rather than keep the quilt, Wolfe said she is going to use it to pay it forward and donate it to the Jonesville Historical Society to be raffled to raise money for that group. Raffle details for the historical society will be announced in the future.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_quilt.jpgJudy Wolfe, left, is the winner of The ARK quilt raffle, which is presented by Cynthia Cothren, ARK director, Monday. The quilt was made and donated by the Foothills Quilters Guild. Rather than keep the quilt, Wolfe said she is going to use it to pay it forward and donate it to the Jonesville Historical Society to be raffled to raise money for that group. Raffle details for the historical society will be announced in the future. Wendy Byerly Wood | The Tribune
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