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Great job, Lucy!! Even in the midst of distracting bake sale-ing you still progressed in your knitting. :)
While we waited for more customers, we read our story and knitted. :) Just like any circle day, only with tempting baked goods in the center of the circle.
Customers had an interactive experience as they chose their items the kids added their prices. Everyone had so much fun selling and buying treats. What a lovely morning.
The Craft Council LitKnit Circle held a bake sale last week for the American Craft Council and RSP Architect employees. Thank you, thank you LitKnit participants who donated baked goods to sell!
We had a great response to our first participation in Give to the Max Day. Thank you, thank you to all who donated and helped spread the word about the work we do. We appreciate you immensely!
Here is Ginny who has been the Neighborhood Coordinator of our Monroe Street Circle for a little over 3 years! Ginny is the one who had some kids hanging out at her house after school, on a consistent basis, and she asked Jaime if Jaime thought there might be something they could do together... and LitKnit was born. Ginny and Jaime began with those kids and the first LitKnit circle took shape AND there are still original members active in it today!! THEN a little bit of time passed and Ginny introduced Jaime to her friend KATRINA (who we just did a shout out to) and Katrina began being a LitKnit Neighborhood Coordinator AND is now a LitKnit Facilitator. Ginny connects people and sticks with it. Ginny continues to be the Neighborhood Coordinator for the circle that meets in her house AND Ginny is currently serving on LitKnit's board. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Ginny for your consistent, faithful, honest support and giving of your time and resources to the people of LitKnit. If you are reading this post, leave a comment and show Ginny some love!