Updated: Sep 29
109 x 92 (Queen Size)
Made and Donated by Sheena Wilson
Sheena grew up and attended undergraduate education in the Amish region of Pennsylvania where she developed a love of quilts. She has been quilting since 2005 and has made over 100 quilts. She is currently a member of the Grays Harbor 4-H Quilting and Clothing Advisory Group under the auspice of WSU Extension Office.
This allows her to both enjoy the company of fellow quilters and more importantly, to share her love of quilting with youth. She attends Chehalis Valley community Church of Elma.
104 x 93
Donated by Jeanette Neibert
Helen Neibert passed away in 1996. While getting the house ready to sell, her daughter Jeanette found a box with 2 complete sets of 50 embroidered quilt blocks; each block illustrated a state name and flower. Certainly they were intended for quilts.
Jeanette found a quiltter, Carolyn Sherman, who agreed to put two quilts together - one for Jeanettte, and one for her sister. Jeanette remembers how her mom volunteered her free time all her life, and loved helping others. Possessing the same desires and wanting to help Family Promise build communities and strengthen lives, Jeanette donated her quilt so that the circle of giving would reain unbroken. Jeanette attends Abundant Life Fellowship in Elma.
76 x 47
Made and Donated by Chris Morgan
Chris is a volunteer cook for Feed the Hungry at St. Mary's Church, Aberdeen. When she heard about the annual Family Promise quilt raffle to raise funds for homeless families with children, she made and donated this Noah's Ark quilt in hopes one more child and there family find a place to call home.