From left: Sharon Cain

PHOTO: Quilt for a cause

Mount Revelstoke Quilter's Guild donates quilt to raffle off for fundraiser for Volunteer Medical Transportation Program

From left: Sharon Cain, Linda Walford, Jean Pedersen and Ruth Boettger hold up the quilt that is being raffled off to raise money for the Volunteer Medical Transportation Program. The quilt was donated by the Mount Revelstoke Quilters Guild and raffle ticket sales will start on Friday, Aug. 15, at the seniors homecoming tea, at the seniors centre from 1–3 p.m. The money raised will go to cover the fuel expenses of the volunteers with the medical transportation program. The volunteers drive people to out of town hospital appointments.

 

 

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