1/13/2020 10:58:00 AM Builders Club makes quilts for ill children
Kaileigh Decker, in the foreground at left, and Aubrey Frisch, in the foreground at right, seventh graders and members of the Stewartville Middle School Builders Club, work on a blanket later distributed to the children at the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester.
Members of the Stewartville Middle School Builders Club who cut and tied blankets for ill children at the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester include, front row, from left, Kiley Jones, Alivia Garnatz, Aubrey Frisch, Kathryn Struhar, Bailey Anderson and Samantha Jagusch. Back row, from left, Kaileigh Decker, Luella Jeche, Delaney Argo, Taylor Carr, Jayden Gainer, Acelynn Bredesen, Craig Bell, Builders Club advisor; Aiden Schaefer and Brayden Gaine
Fifteen members of the Stewartville Middle School Builders Club have donated their time and talents to make a difference in the lives of children with life-threatening diseases. Meeting for an hour after school on Tuesdays after Thanksgiving, the students cut and tied 40 blankets that were delivered to the children at the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester on Tuesday, Jan. 7. Aubrey Frisch, a seventh grader in her second year in Builders Club, said she enjoys making the quilts... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Jan. 14 Stewartville STAR.