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The C.A.A.D.Y. quilters are back with their annual display in Gallery 100; a favorite of Silver Maples and the Chelsea community.
The quilts on display are representative of the quilts the C.A.A.D.Y. Corner Quilters group donates to local organizations. The majority of the quilts are given to patients at the University of Michigan’s Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. Chelsea’s Faith in Action and St. Louis Center also receive quilts for their annual fundraising activities. In this exhibit, there are no identification tags to indicate who made a quilt, as each is a collaborative effort.
C.A.A.D.Y. began over 20 years ago, with members from Chelsea, Ann Arbor, Dexter, and Ypsilanti (C.A.A.D.Y.) The group meets at the Chelsea Senior Center every Tuesday afternoon.
Current members: Dee Burkel, Colleen Carey, Sally Dickinson, Jill Fairchild, Judy Flint, Mary Jo Freitas, Pat Hepburn, Barb Homick, Kitty Jensen, Cindy Jovanelly, Carol Kelly, Cheryl Kraft, Pat Kraska, Doris Lemcke, Marilyn Ligi, Colleen McPike, Laura Noble, Pat Mathews, Mary Randolf, Ann Rogers, KayJanet Silkworth, Kathi Sporer, Colleen Starkey, and and Charlotte Wyche.
Quilts will be on display through February.
Gather with others in your community on Christmas
St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea invites members of the Chelsea community to gather for a Christmas meal. Everyone is invited.
Wednesday, December 25
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Call the Chelsea Senior Center to register—734-475-9242
Walk to School Wednesdays Volunteer Sign-Up
Parents, seniors, and adult volunteers are needed to walk alongside Chelsea school students for our Chelsea Walk to School Wednesdays. Volunteers will meet North Creek School walkers at the Clocktower Commons Complex. South Meadows and Beach volunteers will meet walkers at the Chelsea District Library. For more information, contact Matt Pegouskie from the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation at Matt@5healthytowns.org.
Location: Chelsea Clocktower Commons (310 N. Main Street) and Chelsea District Library (221 S Main Street)