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Knitting Club Keeps County Hospice Patients Warm This Winter

The Springside Knitting Club recently donated knitted and crocheted lap blankets to Oswego County Hospice as part of a yearlong project.

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Accepting the donation from Sharon Figiera on behalf of Oswego County Hospice is Nicole Shue, volunteer/community support coordinator of the Friends of Oswego County Hospice (back, far right).

The lap blankets were handmade by residents of Springside.

They donate their wares often to local groups and organizations.

These lap blankets were donated in memory of Kenneth “Pete” Watts Sr.