Lamoille Home Health & Hospice quilt raffle

Sherry Heckler, left, and Tracy Godin display a handcrafted quilt being raffled to benefit Lamoille Home Health & Hospice.

Lamoille Home Health & Hospice is selling raffle tickets for a handcrafted quilt made by Barbara Godin through Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, when the winning ticket will be drawn.

Tickets are $5 or six for $25 at the Home Health office, 54 Farr Ave., Morrisville.

The quilt was sent as a “thank you” gift from Barbara Godin, the widow of Richard Godin, who had received home health and hospice care. The Godins were dairy farmers most of their married life.

The quilt raffle will benefit the homemaker program, which provides care to homebound people throughout Lamoille County — assistance with meal preparation, shopping, housekeeping and companionship. The program helps aging people continue to live in their homes. Information: 888-4651.

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