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Posted on Thu, Nov 15, 2012 : 5:10 a.m.

Arbor Hospice receives 30 donated quilts from Plymouth North Ridge Church quilting group

By AnnArbor.com Staff

Members of the Plymouth North Ridge Church quilting group in October donated 30 quilts to Arbor Hospice. The Plymouth North Ridge Church quilting group is one of many groups that have donated quilts to comfort patients and add a homey touch to the walls of The Residence of Arbor Hospice in Ann Arbor.

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Members of the Plymouth North Ridge Church quilting group display some of the 30 handmade quilts created for Arbor Hospice. In the back row are Marti Farrough of Westland (left); Laura Tomassi, annual giving specialist at The Arbor Hospice Foundation; Heidi Grix, executive director of The Arbor Hospice Foundation; and Carole Garrison of Taylor. In the front row are Diane Rose of Northville (left) and Denise Ignas of Livonia.

photos courtesy of Arbor Hospice

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Marti Farrough of Westland, organizer of the Plymouth North Ridge Church quilting group, holds up one of the 30 handmade quilts created for Arbor Hospice patients.

Marti Farrough of Westland, organizer of the Plymouth North Ridge Church quilting group, has a personal connection to the Ann Arbor-based nonprofit — Farrough's mother received care from Arbor Hospice several years ago.

Arbor Hospice offers certified hospice services, inpatient hospice facility, grief support services and community education programs, serving communities in Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties, with offices in Ann Arbor, Monroe, Plymouth and Woodhaven.

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mohomed

Thu, Nov 15, 2012 : 7:59 p.m.

Great church!