Log Cabin Quilters for Oct. 13

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By Winnelle Horne

The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Oct. 6, at the Levy County Quilt Museum.  We have started our 2012 quilt.  It will be a Bible quilt and it is going to be very interesting when it is put together.
We also want to tell you about Lancaster Correctional.   We started April 24, 1996, with Jarrod Jones and eight young men.  Through the next four years, we had their help building the museum. Today we have worked with over 4,000 inmates.  
They mow, clean, peel pears, shell pecans wash windows and so much more.  I could not take care of the museum if they didn’t come each week.  We have had lots of correctional officers to help with the boys.   Our many thanks to Lancaster for what they have done and still do for us.   Thanks  Lancaster.
Thursday lunch was so good. We had minestrone soup, sauerkraut, baked beans, greens, corn casserole, potato salad, pumpkin loaf, a yellow sheet cake and Doris’s apple dumplings. It was so delicious.