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Month:  May 2020

Calling All Sewers

These are uncertain times and COVID-19 has changed the way we live today. Face masks can be worn to help lessen the transmission of Coronavirus. OGT wants to help do our part and is implementing a Face Mask Sewing project. If you would like to sew these much-needed masks, then click on the pattern links…

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Continuing to Help During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The Maryland branch of Orphan Grain Train continues to sew masks, and also has added scrub caps and head bands for nurses, to its list of offerings to help where needed during COVID-19. Over 3,000 masks have been sent to hospitals, essential businesses, and organizations like The Food Project in Baltimore and The Judy Center…

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Ukraine Sends Happy Recipient Photos

In December 2019 Mid-Atlantic Branch sent their first container to Ukraine, filled with clothing, blankets, food, medical equipment, bicycles, Hygiene Kits and School Kits. We were notified of the shipment’s safe arrival February 7th, but the contents were not yet distributed. After weeks of waiting we were thrilled on May 4th when gorgeous photos were…

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New Jersey LWML Joins OGT’s Mission

Members of the LWML New Jersey District gathered at King of Kings Lutheran Church in Mountain Lakes on Saturday, February 15th for an Orphan Grain Train orientation and ‘sew-in’.  Leslie Vergallito from King of Kings promoted their first meeting on social media to encourage area participation; 14 women came out to sew, including LWML NJ…

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