Once a month, women at the Cape Cod Senior Residences in Pocasset travel to Michaels in Falmouth, where they knit an array of colorful blankets, hats and scarves. Recently, the group donated those handmade items to the mothers and children staying at HAC’s Carriage House shelter in North Falmouth.
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|Both HAC staff and The Village at Cataumet staff and clients were joined by representatives from Cape Cod Senior Residences during a dedication for the shelter’s new playground last month.
What do you get when you combine two swings, a climbing cargo net, a slide and a faux rock wall? A whole lot of fun.
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|Members of the knitting group include Rose McGillycuddy (from left), Betty Dewar, crochet instructor Wanda Blair of Michaels, Bridget Fallon, Darlene Simmons, the operations manager at Michaels, Eileen McDonald, a case manager from Carriage House, Susan Cunningham and Paulette Loomis.
At what point in life do you stop helping others?