Old Pueblo Knitter’s Guild

Mission Statement: The purpose of this local chapter shall be to provide education and communication to advance the quality of workmanship and creativity in knitting endeavors and to contribute in appropriate ways to charitable organizations.
The club members knit items for the following organizations: Chemo Hats for various Cancer Centers in Tucson: Hats for Kids Close; Ponchos, Sweaters, Hats, Mittens, Scarves, and Socks for the Navaho Project at two Reservation Schools; Scarves for Operation Gratitude for the military; and hats, sweaters, and blankets for Preemies Project at various hospitals.
Contact Name: Juliana Horvath
Title: 2018 President
Address: 7597 West Sugar Ranch Road
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zipcode: 85743
Daytime Phone: 5203435169
Email: juliana.horvath@gmail.com
Website: www.oldpuebloknitters.org
Signature Event Name: Monthly Meetings with presenters on various techniques
Date: 08/16/2018
Time: 9:30 a.m. – Noon
Place: St. Philip’s in the Hills Church, NE Corner of Campbell Ave and River Road
Price: First three meetings free

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