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Love for Jesus and Sewing Benefit OGT

Irene Gosch’s goal is to make 600 tote bags a month for OGT, and she is doing it. Irene is 97 ¾ years young and still lives on her farm in Estherville, IA. She loves to sew, which has included pillowcase dresses, quilts and baby receiving blankets, and all are done in the name of Jesus. She recently had 500 tote bags delivered to OGT and just prior to that 600 were delivered. OGT fills the bags with donated school supplies for children in need worldwide.


Categories: Domestic Aid

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