2010 Events
Holiday for Kids' Sake - BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF LONG ISLAND - December 8, 2010




On December 8, 2010 Ivy Greenburg, CTK Chair and Gloria Cooper, Knit Chicks Chapter Coordinator presented 120 hats and scarf sets to Jessimina Hille, Marketing and PR director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island. They will be given to teens as part of the Holiday For Kids' Sake drive.
Adopt a Sock Monkey Event - October 2, 2010



Betty Jayne Volpe, Chairperson
Barnes & Noble, Huntington NY

Volunteers gathered along with hats they made to match their adopted sock monkey. Barbara Lehmann and Helen Bauer provided instruction on how to make a sock monkey. Mrs. Lehmann's 5th grade class and kindergarten buddies participated in a community service project which resulted in the donation of 50 sock monkeys to Care To Knit. The monkeys and hats will be donated to children undergoing treatment. Congratulations to Mrs. Lehmann and the children of Floyd B. Watson School, Rockville Centre, NY.



























CARE TO KNIT 2010 Volunteer School Of The Year Award - June 23, 2010


Ines Basso Glick, Barbara Lehman - 5th grade teacher,
Joan Waldman - Principal, Helen Bauer

Floyd B. Watson School, Rockville Centre, NY receives the CARE TO KNIT 2010 Volunteer School Of The Year Award for outstanding community service on June 23, 2010.


Presentation of Community Service Award

CARE TO KNIT 5TH ANNIVERSARY SPRING EVENT - April 9, 2010



Honoring
Betty Jayne Volpe, Linda Windsor, Nancy Johnson











It's Blanket Time! A Knit In - March 6, 2010 - Harborfields Library, Greenlawn, NY


Knit In Chairs, Nancy Johnson, Linda Windsor, Betty Jayne Volpe

Its Blanket Time was a success! On a sunny Saturday in March, over 80 needlers showed up to work on blanket squares. Donations of completed blankets were displayed on the stage. Many of our volunteers came with finished squares. The squares were sorted into baskets, and the whiteboard was used to keep count for the day.

Sharing patterns and techniques, the room was abuzz with chatter. The bell rang as Rick Volpe announced the completion of yet another square.

Volunteers from the Sunday@Panera chapter showed us their spinning techniques. We also had members of the Heartwarmers chapter demo how to make knitted cables and how to crochet.

All in all the event produced close to 1,000 squares and 40 completed blankets of all different colors.

Our chapters now have the job of sewing together the squares into additional blankets for children and adults. A special thank you to all who helped make this Knit In an event to remember.


















 
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