and a picture was posted too...lol The cities are all having trouble making ends meet and keeping certain services going. Our group, which also includes Sandy O!, meets every wednesday at the community center to sew/quilt with a great bunch of women. I hope they find the funds to keep it open..
They need to find a way to keep things like the center open. It is happening in all cities. How sad.
Meals on Wheels works out of there too...
"It's bad to supress laughter. It goes back down and spreads to your hips."
I hope your group can continue meeting there. It will really be sad if they have to close it.
Looks like a real nice place to sew. Now you have me wondering if our SR. center has a sewing room. I just found out recently that they have an exercise room. I need to go get aquainted with it.
my quilt guild meets at a senior center and the other meets in the library or a church hall.
Kim, nice picture, but I was hoping of a close-up of your bionic knees!
I hope your community pulls together to keep this vital asset open. Our local YWCA has been saved several times and since it also has a day care center for low income families, it's so important to be able to give a hand and support them. One of our chapter's quilters made a striking quilt to raffle off and it made a huge difference in their fundraising efforts.
If anything is taken from this article, ladies, take a few minutes to see what local community center, soup kitchen, senior center, etc. can use your help and support.
Aw it was good to see you and to read what's going on there. I hope they can keep it open. What a nice thing and you look SO happy doing it. Hm, seems I've met you before!!!!
Just saw on our news that a coffee company is giving money to communities to help keep their community centers open. I believe it was Max house. (Trying not to get censored!) A community center not too far from me received $1,000.00. Every little bit helps!
thanks! i will check it out!
Great article. Hope they can keep it open. We are okay with our rec centers, here it has been the library.
Our library book store has used its sales to pay half the wages for the Sunday workers for some time or our library wouldn't have been open on Sunday. Last year's budget cuts took away that and an hour in the morning of everyday and early closing on Thursday... Chris
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