Quilt show at Crescent Head

CRAFTED ART: Hazel McDonald, Janet Peak,  Pam Cater, Wendy Vermeulen, Chris Snerling, Phyllis Farrawell, Raema Blake and Rosaleen Lee

CRAFTED ART: Hazel McDonald, Janet Peak, Pam Cater, Wendy Vermeulen, Chris Snerling, Phyllis Farrawell, Raema Blake and Rosaleen Lee

A SUCCESSFUL Biggest Morning Tea was held at the home of Kevin and Phyllis Farrawell to raise money for breast cancer. Amos Morris donated his superb singing skills to entertain a large crowd.

Clyde St Quilters made and donated a raffle quilt for this worthy cause, which was won by Margaret Hammersley.

All up $3367 was raised. Congratulations to the community for supporting this event.

The ladies who made the quilt have also been busy stitching for their upcoming quilt show, at Crescent Head Public School this weekend. In addition to a hall full of stunning, quality quilts and fabric art, there will be fabric work from all the Crescent Head school students. The grounds of the school will be transformed with stalls for books, plants, fabric, quilting, jewellery, cards and embroidery. Teas and lunches available.

All proceeds will go to Crescent Head Public School, Crescent Head Preschool, Kempsey Riding for the Disabled and the Kempsey Hospital maternity department.

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