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70 Quilts Made This Past Winter Donated to OGT

Len Gebhardt with his wife Gretchen dropped off 70 quilts at the Norfolk warehouse. He made these over the winter and has made hundreds of them since retiring from St. John Lutheran Church in Charter Oak, IA in 2004. Thank you for sharing your time and talent with serving those in need through OGT.


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