Knitting for Newborns
Recently project coordinators from the First Presbyterian Church of Toccoa and Coats & Clark presented approximately 100 hand-knitted and crocheted newborn hats to the New Impressions Maternal Unit at Stephens County Hospital. Approximately ten women from both groups contributed their handiwork for this ongoing project. The yarn for this project is being provided by Coats & Clark. Pictured from left to right are: Betty Sosebee, project coordinator for Coats & Clark; Tonya Chitwood, Nurse Manager of the Maternity Unit; Vickie Reid, Maternity Unit nurse; Angela Wellborn, Maternity Unit nurse; and Ann Morris, project coordinator for the First Presbyterian Church.
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A group of women from the First Presbyterian Church and Coats & Clark in Toccoa have been busy knitting and crocheting hats for the newborns at Stephens County Hospital. Sporting one of the hats is Caralena Elizabeth Natale, daughter of Micah and Kristen Natale. Pictured from left to right are Betty Sosebee, project coordinator for Coats & Clark, Micah and Caralena Natale, and Ann Morris, project coordinator for The First Presbyterian Church. Other women from both groups who are contributing to this project and are not pictured are Cindy Smith, Rosale Bolstad, and Lynn Newsom from the First Presbyterian Church and Jackie Holland, Jerrie Collier, Marie Hardin, Wanda Shirley, and Tressa Westmoreland from Coats & Clark. Coats & Clark is providing the yarn for this project.
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