Highland County Country Quilters Club donates to YMCA


Darlene Prosek, a member of the Highland County Country Quilters Club, presents a check for $1,000 to Kellie Kiser, the executive director of the Highland County Family YMCA, for their 2015 annual support campaign. The Country Quilters Club, which consists of 26 members, gives the proceeds of its annual quilt raffle to a different non-profit each year. Previous gifts have been made to the Highland County Senior Center, Highland District Hospital, the animal shelter and more. The Country Quilters hope their donation can benefit the YMCA summer camp program and was glad to help the YMCA continue to grow in Highland County. “The YMCA truly appreciates the quilt club’s support and encouragement,” Kiser said. “We are so very excited about all the possibilities we have before us and each donation received helps move us forward in fulfilling the Y’s mission in our community.”


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Darlene Prosek, a member of the Highland County Country Quilters Club, presents a check for $1,000 to Kellie Kiser, the executive director of the Highland County Family YMCA, for their 2015 annual support campaign. The Country Quilters Club, which consists of 26 members, gives the proceeds of its annual quilt raffle to a different non-profit each year. Previous gifts have been made to the Highland County Senior Center, Highland District Hospital, the animal shelter and more. The Country Quilters hope their donation can benefit the YMCA summer camp program and was glad to help the YMCA continue to grow in Highland County. “The YMCA truly appreciates the quilt club’s support and encouragement,” Kiser said. “We are so very excited about all the possibilities we have before us and each donation received helps move us forward in fulfilling the Y’s mission in our community.”

Darlene Prosek, a member of the Highland County Country Quilters Club, presents a check for $1,000 to Kellie Kiser, the executive director of the Highland County Family YMCA, for their 2015 annual support campaign. The Country Quilters Club, which consists of 26 members, gives the proceeds of its annual quilt raffle to a different non-profit each year. Previous gifts have been made to the Highland County Senior Center, Highland District Hospital, the animal shelter and more. The Country Quilters hope their donation can benefit the YMCA summer camp program and was glad to help the YMCA continue to grow in Highland County. “The YMCA truly appreciates the quilt club’s support and encouragement,” Kiser said. “We are so very excited about all the possibilities we have before us and each donation received helps move us forward in fulfilling the Y’s mission in our community.”
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_YMCApic.jpgDarlene Prosek, a member of the Highland County Country Quilters Club, presents a check for $1,000 to Kellie Kiser, the executive director of the Highland County Family YMCA, for their 2015 annual support campaign. The Country Quilters Club, which consists of 26 members, gives the proceeds of its annual quilt raffle to a different non-profit each year. Previous gifts have been made to the Highland County Senior Center, Highland District Hospital, the animal shelter and more. The Country Quilters hope their donation can benefit the YMCA summer camp program and was glad to help the YMCA continue to grow in Highland County. “The YMCA truly appreciates the quilt club’s support and encouragement,” Kiser said. “We are so very excited about all the possibilities we have before us and each donation received helps move us forward in fulfilling the Y’s mission in our community.” Submitted photo
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