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  • Bhutan Refugee women gather weekly to spin wool

    A group of refugee women, principally from Bhutan, gather on Tuesdays at Embrace United Methodist Church to spin locally donated alpaca, llama, and sheep wool using Bhutanese charkas and sell at Fiber Frenzy in Berea. The women seek to take part in a fundraiser on June 24th at Manchester Music Hall organized by Kentucky Refugee Ministries.

A group of refugee women, principally from Bhutan, gather on Tuesdays at Embrace United Methodist Church to spin locally donated alpaca, llama, and sheep wool using Bhutanese charkas and sell at Fiber Frenzy in Berea. The women seek to take part in a fundraiser on June 24th at Manchester Music Hall organized by Kentucky Refugee Ministries. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com
A group of refugee women, principally from Bhutan, gather on Tuesdays at Embrace United Methodist Church to spin locally donated alpaca, llama, and sheep wool using Bhutanese charkas and sell at Fiber Frenzy in Berea. The women seek to take part in a fundraiser on June 24th at Manchester Music Hall organized by Kentucky Refugee Ministries. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com

Refugee Bhutan women find joy, profit in spinning fiber

June 06, 2016 10:08 AM