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Beautiful Bows for Annie

Last night around 20 women, teenagers and girls had a great  (and very productive) time together as they made 350 beautiful bows for Annie's thanksgiving service next Monday.  Lorraine led the charge; and our daughter Alice was there. It seems that it was one of those "more than" occasions.
It was so much more than "just" cutting and sewing bows.
It was being together - grieving, remembering, laughing, telling stories.
It was community.

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