Thank you to all the LCC volunteers who came out Thursday, November 1, to help load the truck with food, medical supplies, flood buckets, and disaster response supplies that are on the way to Panama City, Florida, to assist Hurricane Michael survivors.
Thank you Bob Schwemer of St. Paul, Mt Prospect; Martin Dzlk of LaGrange; Bob & Karen Pautsch and Kristen Bilar of Trinity, Roselle; Gary Kessler of King of Glory, South Elgin; Mike Tellin of Immanuel, Bartlett; Ken Kiviranta and Bob Royce of St. Peter, Schaumburg; Cindy Clausing and Steve MacKay of Immanuel, Palatine; Mark Handrock of Good Shepherd, Elgin; and Allen Krodel of St. Luke’s, Montgomery; Cheryl Sorenson, her son, and Pastor Steve Kass of Family in Faith, Glendale Heights. Thank you to a number of unexpected, unnamed volunteers who turned out to help.
A special thank you to Pastor Schilf and Deaconess Suzanne Fingerle, Cindy Clausing, Steve MacKay and members of Immanuel, Palatine, who came out to help load the truck at Immanuel in Palatine, Illinois.
Thank You Martingale Publishing
Continuing our tradition of doing good, royalties for this book will be donated to LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs. The group’s mission says “A dog is a friend who brings a calming influence, allowing people to open up their hearts and receive help for what is affecting them.” Specially trained LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs visit disaster locations, community events, and care facilities around the U.S. wearing their “Please Pet Me” vests – offering comfort where words often fail It’s a little thing – the comfort a four-legged friend can bring – that can make a huge impact in the lives of those hurting. Learn more at their website (k9comfort.org) and thank you, because your purchase of this little book will help make a big difference.
Thank you to all of our quilting friends who help us provide comfort to those in need. Together, we can Make A Difference!