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Lock Haven Groups Donate Quilts and Hats to Newborns

by UPMC Susquehanna

March is National Quilt Month and to celebrate members of the Senior Program and Knotty Knitters at UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven, as well as members of the Mill Hall Senior Center Quilt Group and Clinton County Piecemakers, visited The Birthplace at UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport for a tour of the facility and to present hand-made quilts and hats for newborns and their mothers.
Seniors and QuiltsMembers of the UPMC Susquehanna Senior Program, along with members of the Mill Hall Senior Center Quilt Group with their quilts. From left: Bonnie Englert, Jane Wynn, June Fryer, Vivian Heaton, Barb Reeder, Peg Duck, Kay Bossert, and Georgia Smith. Seated - J.C. Haskins.
Quilt Day BlanketBarb Reeder presents a quilt made by Clinton County Piecemakers to Patsy Miller, director of The Birthplace at UPMC Susquehanna, in recognition of National Quilt Month. The quilt will be presented to the mother of the first baby born on March 17, National Quilting Day.
Quilts and KnittersMembers of the UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven Senior Program present their spring hats for the newborns. From left: Nancie English, Senior Program Coordinator at UPMC Susquehanna, Bonnie Englert, Jane Wynn, June Fryer, Vivian Heaton, Barb Reeder, Peg Duck, Kay Bossert, Georgia Smith, and Patsy Miller, director of The Birthplace at UPMC Susquehanna. Seated J.C. Haskins.