Friendsville Library Quilters

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Friendsville Library Quilters

  1. 1. r 2007 Quilt Raffle Earns $1016 for the Friendsville Library The Friendsville Library Quilters held the drawing for its latest queen-size quilt, Friendsville in Winter, Tuesday, September 4, at the Friendsville Library. Violet Coddington of Friendsville drew the winning ticket, which was sold by Jan Hileman of Friendsville. The winner, Angela Rogers of McHenry, is quite excited to be the proud owner of the quilt, especially because she has a close association with one of the buildings featured in the design. Each building in this work of art represents an actual existing business or church in Friendsville, and one of those buildings is the Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast owned by Rogers’ Mom and Dad, Patty and Wayne Glotfelty. The Friendsville in Winter quilt won a blue ribbon at the Cumberland Schoolhouse Quilters’ Show and a red ribbon at the Spruce Forest Summer Quilt Festival in Grantsville. It will be displayed at the Heritage Quilters show at St. Peters Catholic Social Hall during this year’s Autumn Glory Festival. Members of the Library Quilters piece and hand-quilt their project each year at the Friendsville Library, and the money from ticket sales goes towards books and other materials for the library. This year’s raffle earned a total of $1016. The photo shows quilter Marilyn Moors (left), who created the design, and winner Angela Rogers (right), standing in front of the quilt.

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