We take our hats off to these ladies who volunteer their time at the senior center where they hand quilt for those who have quilt tops that they want quilted. The money they earn is given to the senior center. They also teach quilting to those that want to learn. Each year they donate one quilt to be raffled at the Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival with all proceeds from the ticket sales going to help support the Algood Senior Center.

 

Mildred Judd has been quilting for 60 years; her mother taught her when she was a young girl.  

 

Fannie Mae Harris has been quilting for 65 years and was taught by her grandmother. Fannie Mae has been coming to the senioe center for 22 years.  

 

Lee Nora Henry has been quilting for 45 years and her sister-in-law taught her. She has been coming to the senior center for 10 years.

 

Marie Wilmoth has been quilting for over 20 years and she learned to qilt at a quilting class during the quilt festival. She has been coming to the senior center for over 25 years.

 

Peggy Finger is a newcomer with leass than a year at the sebior center. She has been quilting for 74 years, being self-taught. She has been certified as a Nation Quilting teacher after attanding many quilting classes.

 

Our ladies volunteer their time for the senior center where they hand quilt for those who have quilt tops that they want quilted. The money they earn is given to the senior center. They also teach quilting to those that want to learn.

 

Home and Barn Tour

Thursday, September 22, 2016

 

This all inclusive tour includes lunch, transportation, Preview Dinner, and admission to the Festival.

 

Click to view/print flyer.

2016 Exemplary Service Award Winners!

Pictured (L-R): Fannie Mae Harris, Marie Wilmoth, Peggy Finger, Lee Nora Henry, Mildred Judd with their handmade quilt

s until the Quilt Festival.