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Intriguing Inspiration

There are several resources I use from which to gain inspiration when I am quilting. My usual go-tos are Pinterest, Google, and Instagram, as well as several books in my library. My favorite source of inspiration, though, is viewing a quilt show. Recently I visited two venues that just made me want to return home and spend hours quilting in my studio. In April we made the short trip to the Homestead National Monument in Beatrice to view the first exhibit — a display of 13 art quilts that were created to celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service. These small quilts are approximately 27” x 42” and depict such National Parks as The Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, Rocky Mountain N

A Memorable Memorial Day

The Forest Acres Quilting Club was honored to be a part of the Memorial Day service at the Highland Cemetery in Adams on May 28, 2018. Red Klein has organized this event for several years and those who attend are always impressed with the program. Even though I have lived in the Adams community for over 30 years, I had never been as we usually go to the service at the Dwight Cemetery where Tom’s parents are buried. There was a nice crowd in attendance in spite of the unseasonably warm temperature. The event began with a presentation of the colors by the Adams VFW, the Adams American Legion, and the Boy Scouts, followed by a memorial prayer given by Red Klein. The American Legion then presen



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