Presbyterian Children's Home

In 2010, 12 energetic women, who happen to know how to knit and crochet, got
together for lively conversation and worked to provide 15 afghans to the Louisa
Resource Council. These were to be distributed to those in need. 


Building on the enthusiasm and success, it was decided to make 20 afghans for the Presbyterian Children's Home in Wytheville, Virginia. Since 1919, the home has been caring for abused, neglected, and battered children in the Appalachian Region of Virginia.  These afghans will give them comfort and help that know that others care for them.  Target delivery is set for the fall of 2011 - earlier is we get them finished.
Check out their website to read more about the exciting activities for the teenagers at the home. 

Want to help?  The group gratefully accepts donations of new or unused skeins of yarn.  You are also invited to join the group, even if you don't know how to knit or crochet.  We can teach
you!  We meet on the 4th Wednesday of each month from 2-4PM.   Feel free to contact Linda
Fosdick at
After the afghans are finished, our mission will be to provide hats, mittens and scarves to the
Louisa Santa Council for their Christmas 2011 gift boxes.

October 28, 2020


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