Thank You

Before we post a few of the most amazing Make A Blanket Day photos, we want to take this opportunity to thank the many businesses in the Auburn/Opelika community that helped make our first annual event a roaring success. If you find yourself in one of these establishments in the near future, please let them know how much their support helped us spread the word about the mission of Project Linus and how much it means to the children in need here in Lee County.

1. Opelika Sewing Center
2. Philly Connection
3. Party City
4. MK’s Asian Kitchen
5. Mike & Ed’s Barbeque
6. Chik-Fil-A
7. Target
8. OA News
9. Chappy’s Deli
10. Cornerstone Church
11. Aubie the Tiger
12. 100+ Volunteers who showed up to make blankets


Come help Aubie make blankets for Project Linus

It is official, Aubie will be joining us for Make A Blanket Day on February 18th to help make blankets for children in Lee County and Southeastern Alabama.  He is due to arrive around 1:30 pm and should be with us for 45 minutes, or so, before he has to move on to another important engagement.  me-and-aubie

Come help Aubie make blankets for the kids!

Raffle Quilt

Why has it been so quiet around here lately?  I’ve been hard at work finishing up this raffle quilt for 2017 Make A Blanket Day, that is why.  If you would like to see it in person, we will have it on display at Cornerstone Church’s Trunk or Treat on October 30th and elsewhere in the community between now and February 18th when one lucky winner will take it home.  I will post updates here about where it will be displayed as places come available.

Tickets are $1 each and all the proceeds go to Project Linus of Lee County.  These funds stay right here in our community and we truly appreciate every dollar.  If you would like to purchase tickets now, just fill out the contact form below and tell me how many you would like me to set aside for you in the comments section.  I will be carrying the tickets with me from now until February, so pay me when you find me and I will give you your tickets.  Good luck!!



This is what it is all about…

Last week, we had the opportunity to deliver blankets to two different homes that house children in transitional situations.  The first was a home for older girls, high school age, and the second was providing shelter to some kiddos 8 years and under.  We were blessed with the rare opportunity to see the children at both houses select their blankets from the stacks that we delivered and were doubly blessed when the operators of both homes allowed us to photograph the excitement.  Here are some of the best shots of the day.  The looks on their faces says it all.  This is what this ministry is all about.

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