May 3, 2014 at 7:08 am

Never too Old to Make a Difference

PA-MOJA director, Heather Hall, met with 89 year old quilt-maker, Jean Callarec, who sews quilts that are taken to Kenya by PA-MOJA volunteers every summer. During a visit to Kenya, Jean realized that the temperature at night in Kenya is quite cold during the cooler months of July and August; she decided to get to work using donated materials.

PA-MOJA sends out a big thank you to Jean.  We look forward to distributing your beautiful blankets.

5 Comments

  1. Lovely work!

  2. Silvia Knittel

    Thank you, Mrs. Callarec. We appreciate your hard work and look forward to sharing your beautiful blankets with children in Kenya this summer.
    Silvia Knittel, VP, PA-MOJA

  3. Emily Lerosion

    This is wonderful work Mrs Callarec, the blankets are so beautiful and warm. Your work has really influenced the lives of many young children here positively. Thank you very much and keep up the good work. Be blessed.

  4. These are beautiful quilts Mrs. Callarac. There will be some warmer, happier kids in Kenya because of all your hard work.

    Alison Stuart, Director, PA-MOJA

  5. Lorraine Goulet

    Thank you Mrs. Callarac for all of your hard work and dedication. Your quilts are lovely and I’m sure will make many children very happy!