Sew a quilt for the less fortunate

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Quilts for a Cause is a program that focuses on the less fortunate in our very own community. 17 Year old Oakland High School junior Olivia Zietz tells News Radio WGNS more about her project...

To donate a gently used quilt or to be a part of the sewing day on the MTSU campus February 6, 2016, email or call Zietz at 615.830.1438 or


About the MTSU Event:

Help is needed on Saturday, February 6 at MTSU's Learning Resource Center to make as many quilts as possible for Veterans. Signage will be posted to direct you to the correct building on the MTSU campus.


Check-in time is 8:00-9:00 a.m. so bring your sewing machine (or let Zietz know if you need a machine as they have a few extras). You can stay as long as you wish and there will be snacks, lunch, and door prizes.


If you don't sew but have quilts/blankets or red, white, or blue fabric or batting that you would like to donate or if you would like to make a financial contribution to buy fabric for quilts, your help would be greatly appreciated! All financial donations are tax deductible.

More Information:

For more information please contact Olivia Zietz at 615.830.1438 or

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