Update: Hats for the Homeless

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

"Any day spent knitting is a good day"
Photo by Sis Polin

By Sis Polin

Thank you to all of the residents of Shoreline for the wonderful hats that you knitted for Youth Care (a caring organization that helps homeless kids) . I delivered over 125 hand knitted hats, some scarves, and some new warm socks.

They were thrilled. Thank you Susan Armstrong and the Thursday Haggen Knitters, Northwest School for the Hearing Impaired Staff, Shorecrest Staff, and one of the most prolific knitters of all, Barbara Groerger, along with Gretchen, Liz, Penny, Donna and all the unnamed knitters who participated.

And thanks to the City of Shoreline for supplying the drop off location and the bin.

See you next year.

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