The Jubilee Scarf campaign has exceeded expectations; 350 new, handmade scarves will be distributed on St. Nicholas Day,.a day for giving gifts. The Jubilee Scarf project was begun to honor the memory of Emma Cox. Emma was an advocate for mental health issues but lost her own battle at the age of 22. Dozens of crafters contributed these handmade scarves to show those who wear them that someone cares. Pictured are Greg and Theresa Cox who gathered the scarves from the many sources. Scarves came from Oregan and from Greg's knitting needles. Greg says, "If I can knit a scarf, anyone can." Many "anyones" did knit or stitched scarves.
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