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Habitat for Humanity quilt block

Rhonda Standifer, manager for the Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity store in Landrum, stands in front of the newly-installed quilt block entitled Building Blocks.  This is now the eighth block on the Foothills Quilt Trail in Landrum. Also hung on April 24 were blocks nine and 10: the Liberated Log Cabin block at Elaine’s Attic  and Fergus the Fox on the Wallace Building, both located on E. Rutherford Avenue in downtown Landrum.  A grant from the Mary F. Kessler Fund at the Polk County Community Foundation provided these blocks for the developing quilt trail. (photo submitted by Ellen Henderson)

Rhonda Standifer, manager for the Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity store in Landrum, stands in front of the newly-installed quilt block entitled Building Blocks. This is now the eighth block on the Foothills Quilt Trail in Landrum. Also hung on April 24 were blocks nine and 10: the Liberated Log Cabin block at Elaine’s Attic and Fergus the Fox on the Wallace Building, both located on E. Rutherford Avenue in downtown Landrum. A grant from the Mary F. Kessler Fund at the Polk County Community Foundation provided these blocks for the developing quilt trail. (photo submitted by Ellen Henderson)