Sally A. Miller is shown with the “Alice’s Adventures” quilt she won in a drawing on February 12 at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, sponsored by Attic Productions. The item was handcrafted by local quilter Marsha Campbell as a fundraiser for the theater.
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