March 7 - Purple & White Bookmarks for Pal Tatters
Copyright © 2005 Rozella Linden Tatting (Ruth Perry)
The guild is working on a project to have 175 purple & white bookmarks completed by our May meeting. You can mail bookmarks to the Guilds permanent address:
Palmetto Tatters Guild
P.O. Box 1597
Lexington, SC 29071
Ring2 (2+3---3-2) Join to ring1 last picot
Ring3 (2+2-2-2) Join to ring2 last picot
Turn, Chain (3-3-3-3 (this is the center) 3-3-3-3-3-3), turn
Clover Turn, Chain (3+3+3+3+3+3 (at the center) 3-3-3-3), turn
Clover Turn, Chain (3+3+3+3 (at the center) 3-3-3-3), turn
Clover Turn, Chain (3+3+3+3 (at the center) 3+3+3+3)
The members of Daughters of the Nile are committed to supporting the important work of Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Shriners Hospitals, the official philanthropy of the Shrine of North America, is a network of 22 children’s specialty hospitals throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. There are 18 orthopaedic Shriners Hospitals, three burn hospitals, and one Shriners Hospital that provide orthopaedic, burn and spinal cord injury care. All medical care and services provided by Shriners Hospitals are totally without charge to the children and their families. To date, Shriners Hospitals has provided specialized medical care to more than 800,000 children across North America.
Shriners Hospitals have become renowned for their expertise in orthopaedic and burn care, and they maintain their position in the forefront of these specialized areas through an extensive research program. They also focus on meeting the needs of the children of tomorrow through their affiliations with some of North America’s leading medical centers and their support of medical education and training, with many residents in orthopaedic and burn care receiving some of their training at a Shriners Hospital.
No child (regardless of race / creed / color / national origin / religious ties) ever has to pay for care through the Shriner's hospitals.
Want to do more? Collect Campbells soup labels for education, and pull tabs from aluminum cans. Follow the link to the Daughters of the Nile website for more information about their charitable giving. Don't throw away those labels and tabs, instead collect them for a chance to help a child.