Linda Gorg, Gwen Mowat, Barb Potl and Mary Cerny of the Quail Creek Needlework Club spent Saturday, July 22, creating drawstring bags for Tucson children. The club has supported Aviva Children’s Services for many years, and this was the third year members participated in the annual sew-a-thon in Tucson. Without these cloth bags, the children would be given plastic garbage bags for their personal possessions. Last year, close to 6,000 bags were distributed to children being removed from dangerous or unstable home situations.
Feel free to stop by Studio 104 in the Creative Arts & Tech Center to view other items created by talented club members. The Needlework Club meets on Tuesday mornings and Friday afternoons.