Quilters keep United Hospital in Stitches

[Farmington Independent, January 24, 2011] The quilting group has been around at Highview Christiania Church for as long as any of its current members can remember, but for much of its existence it was a small operation. It met a couple times a year. Then, about three years ago, things changed.

It was a request from St. Paul’s United Hospital that really got things going. The hospital was looking for blankets for its care cart, a wheeled microwave cart that is put in patients’ rooms near the end of their life. The cart has CDs and a lamp for soft lighting and literature about grieving. There is also a blanket that the family can take home with them.

Posted on February 01, 2011 in Farmington IndependentnewspapersUnited Hospital

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