Fort Collins Colorado Relief Society sews 200 dresses for service activity

Relief Society sisters from the Fort Collins Colorado Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sewed more than 200 dresses for young girls in Africa at a service activity on February 19. The dresses will be donated to the Little Dresses for Africa program.

In addition to sewing dresses, the women also sewed ear and neck pillows for the local hospice, collected newborn items to be donated in the community and, along with other members of the stake, donated approximately 90 pints of blood to Poudre Valley Hospital.

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