Winning ticket
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Museum member Lynne Feeman recently stopped in the Museum Center at Five Points to pick up his Firetruck Opportunity Quilt. One of Freeman’s six purchased tickets was the winner of the drawing for the quilt created and designed by Susan Hyder and a group of quilters from the Hyder Hangout. Hyder helps support the Museum Center each year with sponsorship and/or opportunity quilts. Freeman, left, is pictured here with the museum’s new executive director, Hassan Najjar. When asked what Freeman’s plans for the quilt were, he disclosed that it would be a gift for his daughter-in-law Elizabeth, who squealed when she saw it during the Stitches-In-Time quilt show. Elizabeth’s father is a firefighter. Banner photo, SARA DAWSON
Museum member Lynne Feeman recently stopped in the Museum Center at Five Points to pick up his Firetruck Opportunity Quilt. One of Freeman’s six purchased tickets was the winner of the drawing for the quilt created and designed by Susan Hyder and a group of quilters from the Hyder Hangout. Hyder helps support the Museum Center each year with sponsorship and/or opportunity quilts. Freeman, left, is pictured here with the museum’s new executive director, Hassan Najjar. When asked what Freeman’s plans for the quilt were, he disclosed that it would be a gift for his daughter-in-law Elizabeth, who squealed when she saw it during the Stitches-In-Time quilt show. Elizabeth’s father is a firefighter. Banner photo, SARA DAWSON
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Museum member Lynne Feeman recently stopped in the Museum Center at Five Points to pick up his Firetruck Opportunity Quilt. One of Freeman’s six purchased tickets was the winner of the drawing for the quilt created and designed by Susan Hyder and a group of quilters from the Hyder Hangout. Hyder helps support the Museum Center each year with sponsorship and/or opportunity quilts. Freeman, left, is pictured here with the museum’s new executive director, Hassan Najjar. When asked what Freeman’s plans for the quilt were, he disclosed that it would be a gift for his daughter-in-law Elizabeth, who squealed when she saw it during the Stitches-In-Time quilt show. Elizabeth’s father is a firefighter. Banner photo, SARA DAWSON