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Oakmont knitting group donates 1,000th sweater to worldwide charity

March 20, 2019

A group of knitters has given the gift of comfort and warmth a thousand times over to children around the world. That’s because they made and donated their 1,000th sweater for World Vision’s Knit for Kids program.

Oakmont resident Carol Swift is the chairwoman of the arts and crafts group at the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network retirement community, Longwood at Oakmont. Read more about Carol and how the arts and crafts group is making an impact! 

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