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Project Linus continues

Members of the First Presbyterian Church are once again helping with the "Linus Project," named for the Charlie Brown character who loves his blanket.

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From left to right are: Lori Notsch, Jim Gorman, Kate Kalvig, Terry Pater, Shelagh Near, Edith Nelson, Judy Gorman, Sandy Kalvig, Maureen Quimby, Kay Anderson and Dwight Kalvig display just a few of the blankets made in January for the Linus Project.

Members of the First Presbyterian Church are once again helping with the "Linus Project," named for the Charlie Brown character who loves his blanket.

More than 30 members, as well as the Youth Group, led by John and Terry Pater, has made 35 blankets for underprivileged children in third world countries. The blankets will be contributed to the local endeavor to provide the blankets to needy children that is spearheaded by Jonette Anderson.

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