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Thread: Alzheimers Auction

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    Super Member thimblebug6000's Avatar
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    Alzheimers Auction

    Has anyone here ever participated in their auction? http://www.benefitbidding.com/listin...gory=965774286

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    Junior Member DeAnne-Mn.'s Avatar
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    No, I have not but if I could afford to do so I would. I lost my Mom to alzheimers long before she passed away. A very worthy auction.
    DeAnne

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000 View Post
    Has anyone here ever participated in their auction? http://www.benefitbidding.com/listin...gory=965774286
    I have made several quilts to donate to be placed on the auction. Also, I take a look at the quilts at Houston International Quilt Festival when I go. They are always just great! There is usually a price range so you can go inexpensive or go big - your choice!

    I looked after I had replied. The ones on this page are the big names that people will recognize. There are lots of others from ordinary quilts like me that go for $40, $50 or maybe $75. Mine have sold for around those amounts.
    Last edited by quiltgal; 10-30-2012 at 10:18 AM.
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    God Bless all of you who take the time to make a quilt for Alzheimers' Auction. My husband was diagnosed with this terrible disease 2 years ago. All I can say is "I never knew, I never realized the heartbreak Alzheimers' brings." Hopefully, within our lives we will see a cure.
    Jodyma

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    My father passsed of Alzheimers in 1999 and my mother of a brain cancer in 1992

    Both terrible, but my mom went fast
    "Greater is He that is in me, then he that is in the world"

    www.dollsforverysickkids.com

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