Could you spare two hours a week to help cut plastic bags into strips? The strips are then linked together and rolled into a ball. The ball is used to crochet mats for the homeless. It takes five to seven hundred bags to make a mat. We had over 80 large, basketball size balls of “plarn” which we gave to the ladies of the Tomoka Christian Church. They crocheted these up in less than three weeks and need more plarn. Riverside Methodist are also crocheting mats. Several of the mats will be on display in Haddad Fellowship Hall during Coffee Hour. We are told that the mats are used in summer but they are especially needed for the winter. Dorothy Sanders, Miriam Haddad, Dorothy Rich, Carolyn Williams, Dottie Newman and Jewel Johnston will be delighted to have you join them on Wednesdays at 1pm in the Fellowship Center.