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Diablo Views: Sometimes you just have to do something

Original post made on Dec 9, 2009

When something outstanding happens- whether it's tragic, wonderful or just out of the ordinary - we often feel the need to do something. In the case of natural disaster we feel compelled to send money, clothing or whatever might help to people who are suddenly without their homes or belongings.

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Posted by Shirley F. Hutton
a resident of another community
on Dec 9, 2009 at 11:34 am

Dear Ms. Ciardelli~~~Thank you for this wonderful article.
I am the lady who contacted Cher Piche's husband on FACEBOOK (actually, I live in Vacaville, California) with the suggestion that they might find a home for Sully's quilt in the Danville Chamber of Commerce.
I made a phone call and was then able to give Cher and her husband the contact information at the City. It was a priviledge to do that.
She did such an exquisite job on the quilt and they are beautiful, Christian people.
My thanks, again, for a superb article.


Shirley Hutton