Daisy Buck, left, Donna Pizzuto and Mary Ann Overturf showed off some of the blankets made by the Central Kentucky chapter of Project Linus. The volunteers, who meet once a month at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Lexington, quilt, knit and crochet blankets for sick and traumatized children.
Daisy Buck, left, Donna Pizzuto and Mary Ann Overturf showed off some of the blankets made by the Central Kentucky chapter of Project Linus. The volunteers, who meet once a month at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Lexington, quilt, knit and crochet blankets for sick and traumatized children.
Daisy Buck, left, Donna Pizzuto and Mary Ann Overturf showed off some of the blankets made by the Central Kentucky chapter of Project Linus. The volunteers, who meet once a month at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Lexington, quilt, knit and crochet blankets for sick and traumatized children.

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