Thursday, August 30, 2007

Villager confined to rehab center continues to knit for charity

Villager confined to rehab center continues to knit for charity
from The Villages Daily Sun

Susan Heck isn�t able to attend Busy Hands and Happy Hearts meetings, where members knit, sew and crochet items for patients in hospitals and residents of assisted-living facilities � yet she contributes just the same. She�s a homebound member. Heck, of the Village of Silver Lake, knits blankets, therapy balls and baby booties in her room at Lady Lake Specialty Care � just as she�s done for the last eight years she�s lived in The Villages. �I do enjoy this and I enjoy making new patterns,� said Heck, who loves working with brightly colored yarn. Knitting and crocheting, she�s found, take her mind off her health woes. �Just for a little while,� she said. And for Heck, there�s always a sense of satisfaction once a project is completed.

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At 6:26 AM, Blogger Gingerbread said...

What a lovely lady I can imagine she is a much loved person,by all in the village. Julie

At 5:36 AM, Blogger bernard n. shull said...

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At 1:10 AM, Blogger said...

We have a lady that crochets blankets for our children (I work in a special needs school) for when its chilly outside. Lovely folk ♥


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