Mineral Point Fourth Graders Donate Love and Blankets

[Dodgeville] The fourth grade students at Mineral Point continue their heartwarming tradition of making fleece blankets for ill kids. Each year, the fourth grade class, with the help of their teachers, parents, and volunteers make fleece blankets that they generously donate to the UW Children’s Hospital and Upland Hills Health in Dodgeville.

Upland Hills Health thanks the fourth grade students, their teachers, Livia Doyle, Lynn Ross, Paige Grimm and the volunteers who donated time, money and materials to make these colorful, warm and thoughtful blankets. Our young patients will receive comfort and warmth through their generous donation.

Julia Oellerich, Upland Hills Health Foundation Director, Danielle Skala, Acute Care Director, and Patty Hinderman, Emergency Department Director both of Upland Hills Health Hospital, were on hand to gratefully receive the blankets from the students.

4th Graders With Blankets _FOR FACEBOOK

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