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Last Thursday saw 16 members of the Awhitu CWI meet and present David Kemeys of Middlemore Hospital with garments they had knitted for babies born in the South Auckland area.
The items are all taken to a warehouse where they are sorted into parcels for the mother and her new born baby. Dorothy Collie from Glenbrook had knitted so many items that it covered a whole table. Booties, cot blankets and beanies are just a few of the hundreds of items donated to this wool programme.

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