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Stitched With Love

Stitched With Love had its monthly meeting on Sept. 18, 2018. It was a working meeting, cutting the batting for the quilt kits for members to take home and sew. After cutting the batting, there was a short meeting, a time of fellowship and refreshments.

There were a total of 18 ladies at the meeting, which included a couple of new ladies, which is the largest attendance we have had so far.

"I want to thank all of the ladies who continually support us sewing the quilts, making the hats, and pillows," Cinda Woolridge said. "Thanks to all of the members who returned their quilts and hats."

In five months, members of the club have donated 251 quilts, 423 hats, and 132 pillows to Arkansas Children's Hospital at Little Rock.

"We are appreciative of having the ACH Northwest Springdale where we can take the items and they will transport them to Little Rock for us," Woolridge said.

Stitched With Love will have a booth at the Pea Ridge Mule Jump, Saturday, Oct. 13. There will be a Blackhawk Quilt made by Diane McCoy and a three-dimensional wooden bowl made by Darrel Wooldridge to be sold through a silent auction. Bidding will end at 3 p.m. Oct. 13th and the highest successful bidder will be contacted at that time. We will have other new items for sale that have been donated, along with food items. Hope to see you there.

A special shout out to Dennis Lowe for the hats that he makes for the Arkansas Children's Hospital. Thanks to a couple of husbands who are working behind the scenes to support SWL with their time and talents also.

If you are a sewer and or quilter looking for a feel good experience, come and check us out.

The next meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 17, 2018, in Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church, 1300 North Davis St., Pea Ridge, Ark.

For information, call Linda at 479-531-5381 or Cinda at 479-644-9760.

Pea Ridge Optimist Club

The Pea Ridge Optimist Club will have a tent at the 30th Annual Pea Ridge Mule Jump on Oct. 13 to display the winners and entries of their Mule Jump Art Contest. The public is encouraged to stop by and see some great artwork by our students and adult community.

The Pea Ridge Optimist Club will have their Third Thursday Community Update at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18th. Featured speaker will be Sgt. Michael Lisenbee, Public Information Officer with the Pea Ridge Police Department. The program is open to the public in the Pea Ridge Library Community Room.

Community on 10/10/2018

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