Supporting our Veterans through a Patriotic Quilt

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Sooki Fields and Katie Swezey share the details.

The fabric of our country has never looked better.

Thanks to Sooki Fields, the organization VetLinks has a beautiful new quilt to help its fundraising efforts.

She and Katie Swezey stopped by the KOAM Morning News to share the details behind why Sooki made this quilt, and how you can enter for a chance to win it while simultaneously supporting the organization.

Volunteers will be at Meadowbrook Mall in Pittsburg this Saturday, November 7th from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm collecting donations for a chance for the quilt.

Click here to learn more about VetLinks

VetLinks Quilt

 



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