'Sewing' into the community
Last updated 10/6/2021 at 10:12am
At Friday's weekly Fountain Community Kitchen, Sew Time in the Valley served 42 community members a delicious dinner of spaghetti, salad, garlic bread and a plethora of desserts baked by Mr. Ted Prillaman, father of Veralyn, a member of Sew Time in the Valley. The group had several drawings for embroidered hand towels and table toppers sewn by the members.
"It's a small token of our appreciation to the First United Methodist Church for allowing us to meet there for sewing and crafting," members said.
Max Kronstadt of the Colorado Trust gave a helping hand and even agreed to wear a pink apron for the evening - a huge help.
Pictured back row left to right: Peggy McGee, Veralyn Prillaman, Diane Downs, Max Kronstadt (Colorado Trust), Elisabeth Klikier, Maryellen Bridges.
Front row: Ruth Welch Abney, Fran Carrick, Paula Tundra and Adrianna Diggins.
Fountain Community Kitchen serves meals to anyone in need of food or fellowship each Friday, 4-6 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of First United Methodist Church, 1003 N. Santa Fe Ave., Fountain.