Posted on 02 February 2017.
This quilt will be raffled off at the Cedar Springs Friends of the Library quilt show on March 18. Get your tickets at the library.
The Cedar Springs Friends of the Library will be having their 5th Annual Quilt Show fundraiser on Saturday, March 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Cedar Springs Middle School. Admission is $2 per person, and under 12 is free.
The Friends will once again be raffling off a beautiful quilt that was designed by Barb Grutter, pieced by Louise King, and quilted by Aerie Quilting. Raffle tickets are available at the Library or at Luv 2 Quilt for $1 each or 6 for $5. The quilt will also soon be on display at Independent Bank and they will have raffle tickets as well.
The Friends are also taking registrations for people who would like to show their quilts. They have changed and added categories to have better variety and competition. The categories are: King/Queen; Full/Twin; Crib/Wall-Hanging; and Table Topper/Tote. There is a limit of three items per person, and you will need a registration form for each quilt shown. Quilts should not be shown that have been shown previously. Quilt registration forms are available at the library or by calling either Barb Grutter at 616.263.9500 or Louise King at 616.696.1376.
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Posted on 10 October 2014.
Diane Bengtson holds up the quilt she won from the Friends of the Library. Photo from Donna Clark.
The Cedar Springs Public Library raffled off a quilt as a fundraiser on Red Flannel Day, and raised $301. The lucky winner of the quilt was Diane Bengtson, a longtime resident of Cedar Springs.
Library Director Donna Clark related that when Friends of the Library President Louise King called her, Diane was flabbergasted, and clapping could be heard in the background as her family cheered for her. She reportedly said, “I never win anything! I wanted to support the library, so I bought some tickets.”
Members of the Friends of the Library sold tickets for five hours on Red Flannel Day, and the drawing was held at 5 p.m.
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Posted on 12 June 2014.
ALLEN AND LOUISE KING
Allen and Louise King of Cedar Springs are blessed to celebrate their 50th anniversary on June 27, 2014. They were married June 27, 1964 in the First Baptist Church of Sparta, Michigan by Allen’s uncle the Rev. John McKay. Louise is retired from Steelcase Inc. after working for 20 years in Corporate Communications. Allen retired from Cedar Springs Public Schools after 25 years in custodial/ maintenance. Their children are Scott and his wife Wendy of Jonesboro, Georgia, and Christopher and his wife Pamela of Clarkston, Michigan. Their three grandsons are Jacob, Eli and Tyler King. Allen and Louise will celebrate their anniversary with a family vacation hosted by their children, in Northport, Michigan later this summer.
The secret to their success is putting the other person first.
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