Log Cabin Quilters for Oct. 6

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By Winnelle Horne

The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, Sept 29, at the Levy County Quilt Museum.  We had dozens of quilt, knit and crochet magazines brought in so everyone enjoyed looking for future projects.  We still have some left.
 Many people think that all we do is quilt and have good lunches.  This year we gave  our 25th quilt to the Central Florida Electric Company. We met at their building for many years before the museum was built.   
We support the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranch in Live Oak. We have worked with Camp Caruth for 15 years and work at the camp teaching how to make pillows. We support Grace Works in High Springs, Medic-Ayers in Trenton with fabric, Tri County Nursing home in Wilcox with yarn, St. Francis Home with clothes and quilts, clothes to the jail at Gainesville, and now we send fabric to Belleview to Operation Shoebox that sends small bags filled with a variety of goodies to the soldiers overseas.  
Thanks to the many people who bring out various donations that we can use and share with others.  Thursdays are great days to quilt, to enjoy being with friends and, yes, to eat.
Thursday lunch was chicken with mushroom soup, mashed potatoes, gravy, chicken noodle soup, beef stew, macaroni salad, apple oatmeal bars, brownies and much more.