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December 05, 2006


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I just read your post and thought I'd share my Caps to the Capital story. I'm a teacher and my students and I participated in the Caps to the Capital project. It was a fantastic experience! I have been in contact with Save the Children since the project ended and they let me know about a neat way people can continue to help.

Visit the link below to see a video about our Caps to the Capital experience. At the end of the video, click the sponsor link and up to 49 cents will be donated to Save the Children. Also, another neat thing is the that the last picture in our video is of a baby in Bangladesh wearing one of the hats we made. It was sent to me by Save the Children. All of us knitters and crocheters, we really do make a difference in others lives! Keep it up!


Deborah Robson

Very cool, Lisa! What a treat to see a baby wearing one of the hats.

The project overall has been so wonderfully successful.

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