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Blanket Day event exceeds expectations

11:29 AM, Apr. 24, 2013
More than 85 volunteers participated in the DALE Blanket Day event which resulted in the completion of 260 blankets for Project Linus, a nonprofit group that supplies blankets to children in need.
More than 85 volunteers participated in the DALE Blanket Day event which resulted in the completion of 260 blankets for Project Linus, a nonprofit group that supplies blankets to children in need.
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Dale Area Leaders & Entrepreneurs event chair Tammy Plaski had high hopes for the group's April 6 Blanket Day to Benefit Project Linus. But she never thought that this year's event would result in 260 completed blankets.

Project Linus is a nonprofit organization that provides new, handmade blankets, quilts and afghans to children who are seriously ill, traumatized or otherwise in need. DALE first held a Blanket Day event in 2012 at which 141 blankets were made for the nonprofit organization.

"We had been receiving numerous inquiries from volunteers that were interested in helping at this ...

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