Veterans receive quilts from local group

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By Tammy Shaw

Disabled veteran Jami Anna Rose Williamson recently received a special gift – a Quilt of Honor to honor her military service and her giving spirit.
   The Future Federal Retirees Quilting Guild (FFRQG), a group of mostly retired and active employees from Robley Rex VA Medical Center, known as the VA hospital, in Louisville, create 12 quilts a year for vets.
   The honor surprised Williamson, and she thinks the group honored her “because of work in the community that I do besides my job.”

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