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Girl Scouts sewing for a cause

  • RIGHT: Jane Heckman watches over Shannon Beltz as she stitches a border onto her quilt. Shannon, who is in the sixth grade, is home-schooled.
    RIGHT: Jane Heckman watches over Shannon Beltz as she stitches a border onto her quilt. Shannon, who is in the sixth grade, is home-schooled.
Published June 17. 2010 05:00PM

Several Scouts from Junior Girl Scout Troop 3349, Lehighton, have been working on quilts at The Quilted Crow in Lehighton, that will be donated to the Quilts for Kids program. The project will help the girls earn their Bronze Award, which will help them rise to the level of Cadet. ABOVE: Destiny Moser, far left, and Shannon Beltz, far right, are two of the Girl Scouts working on the Quilts for Kids project. With them are Judy Snyder, second from left, an employee and instructor at The Quilted Crow; and Jane Heckman, second from right, a co-owner of the shop. Destiny is a sixth-grade student at Lehighton Area Middle School.

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