2015 Logan County Quilt Show - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2015 Logan County Quilt Show

 

From left: Darlynn Moore, Tabitha Robertson and Delain Hughes. 

The Logan County Farm Bureau Federation helped sponsor a Quilt Show Saturday, May 2nd at the home of Ray and Delain Hughes of Auburn. Over 60 quilts of varying age and design were on display in their lovely historic home. Delain showcased a number of her own quilts, some of which she made herself. Other quilts were on loan from friends.

The Farm Bureau Women’s Committee helped sponsor this event to promote the Logan County Farm Bureau Federation and its benefits.

Those in attendance were given an opportunity to financially support the youth camp program at New Friendship Baptist Church near Auburn with $146. raised.

Approximately 45 people enjoyed seeing the many quilts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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