Knitting Circle Open House

The Wright State University Service Knitting Circle helps make a difference in people’s lives on campus and in the community while taking part in a centuries-old tradition of service. Members work together to knit or crochet blankets and afghans for children and teen-agers of Greene County Children’s Services and baby layettes and other items for Wright State students who are new mothers. Pictured are Kim Owens and other members of the group at the Knitting Circle Open House held Sept. 28.

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Taken on September 28, 2012