Apr 19

A total of 686 knitted items were taken to the Salvation Army in Gawler last week, to help AIDs suffering children in Africa.Julie Gibson along with 16 other knitters spent most of their summer knitting jumpers, hats, socks and dolls for young babies in Africa.In 2007, 207 jumpers were given to the Salvation Army in Gawler, but this time 360 jumpers, 284 hats, 25 socks and 17 dolls have been made to send overseas.“Once you start you can’t wait to start the next one,” Betty Beames said.Read more>> 

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