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Lucky 4-H Quilt Comes Full Circle

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Debbie Eckart, left, and Janet Schneider check out the quilt that Marie Lich made in 1984 for a 4H raffle.
Debbie Eckart, left, and Janet Schneider check out the quilt that Marie Lich made in 1984 for a 4H raffle.

After 34 years, a 4-H quilt has found a new life at the home of Debbie Eckart. Earlier this year Janet Schneider was downsizing and moving out of her home. She and daughter Carolyn Sabo came across a white quilt adorned with green clovers. Janet had won the quilt as part of 4-H raffle in …

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