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August 31, 2013 3:45 PM

Independence quilters stitch the final piece

Most of the women with the Independence Piece Makers are now in their late 70s, and what was once a group of 30 has dwindled to 10, leading to the discontinuation. But the vibrant colors and patterns of the 136 quilts hanging in the Roger T. Sermon Community Center through Monday show their minds and hands are still very active.

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