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Rottlers Discuss Their Quilts At History Museum Gathering

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Pattie and Bob Rottler, at left, hold their “Blocks’ quilt with the help of Barb Buchanan and Sue Waters, right, of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The Rottlers had discussed their quilts at a presentation at the History Museum of Monroe County.
Pattie and Bob Rottler, at left, hold their “Blocks’ quilt with the help of Barb Buchanan and Sue Waters, right, of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The Rottlers had discussed their quilts at a presentation at the History Museum of Monroe County.

Quilts was the topic of the February meeting of the Whiteside Station Chapter of the National Society of the American Revolution. The ladies traveled to the Monroe County Historical Museum for a wonderful program titled "Quilts: A Bed Turning" presented by Patti Rottler and her husband Bob. Pattie displayed several of her personal quilts and …

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