Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital volunteers get crafty for kids
DOWNERS GROVE – On any given Wednesday morning at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, there are at least 300 pom-poms scattered across a table – each destined to be attached to a hat for a newborn baby.
Many are made by a pair of hospital volunteers who reside in Peace Memorial Manor Retirement Community on the hospital campus.
Each infant receives three hats during their stay – one at delivery, one for their stay and another to take home, according to Lynn Murphy, a Downers Grove resident who is co-chair of the Auxiliary Recreational Crafts Committee.
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