Quilts for Casualties

McMillan, Brett B.
November 2006
Soldiers;Nov2006, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p40
The article focuses on the quilts sent by thousands of grateful citizens to wounded soldiers confined in Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. There are already 2,800 quilts sent to the hospital from across the U.S. and Australia. Chaplain John Kallerson relates that a quilter named Catherine Roberts called him in 2003 if he is willing to receive a quilt for a soldier. Roberts also put up the web site called Quilts of Valor.


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