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600 Scarves for Sandy Hook

Local merchants needed to help sell scarves!

Many of you have read the article about the drive for knitters to knit 600 scarves for the students and staff of Sandy Hook School. This initiative which started out as a simple plan to "do something" has swelled into a world-wide project! As of today, December 26, there will be contributions from almost all 50 states, as well as, many countries arouns the world! The outpouring of participation has been tremendous! Even school children are getting into the act.

The dilemma that we may be faced with, is that we may be getting many more than 600 scarves! We are asking local merchants if any of you would like to  help sell these extra scarves to raise money for the families - please email me! Thank you!

Catherine Larson


cath.larson@gmail.com 

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Jeanne Malgioglio January 09, 2013 at 04:29 PM
Hi, I saw your post on Monroe Patch too. I will email you this afternoon.
Jessie gustaitis January 10, 2013 at 06:54 PM
Did you contact everything newtown? To sell... I would love one...and to give some to my friend who lost her daughter, along with her family. Let me know how...thanx jessiegilman@yahoo.com
Joann M January 14, 2013 at 12:08 PM
Can the scarves still be dropped off? Just finished . If so where?
Jeanne Malgioglio January 14, 2013 at 12:38 PM
Thank you so much. You can drop the scarves off at the Edith Wheeler Library in Monroe,St Jude parish office, Patience Pediatrics or Salon Sanctuary Day Spa all in Monroe, or St Theresa's school or Jensen Tires in Trumbull. Current count is 1401!
Joann M January 14, 2013 at 01:44 PM
Thank you

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