Sunday, April 26, 2015

Quilt Project

One of the greatest treasures of each Stroke Camp are the stories that are created. At the last Kansas City Stroke Camp, the story consisted of volunteers, stroke survivors, caregivers, and RRSC staff working on a specific project that resulted in a beautiful quilt.

Not only did the quilt reflect the collaborative efforts of everyone, but also expressed the love that all the camp participants shared in making this special gift. Each attendee signed their name to a leaf, which was stitched onto the tree.

This quilt project was the vision of Connie Johnson, who spent countless hours designing and sewing this amazing work of art. 

Thank you to Connie and all KC Stroke Camp participants for making this special gift that will hang on our office wall for years to come.

The scripture at the bottom of the quilt (which doesn't show up in the photo) reads: If a tree is cut down, it will sprout again, and its new shoots will not fail. Job 14:7.

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