St. Paul students show off one of the blanket they made. Front row from left are Kori Huelsmann and Carley Emig; second row, Drew Schonhardt, Patrick McGinley and Drew Douglas; third row, Brenden Gelly, Heath Follwell, Grace Wilke and Madelyn Vogelbacher.
St. Paul students show off one of the blanket they made. Front row from left are Kori Huelsmann and Carley Emig; second row, Drew Schonhardt, Patrick McGinley and Drew Douglas; third row, Brenden Gelly, Heath Follwell, Grace Wilke and Madelyn Vogelbacher. Provided photo
St. Paul students show off one of the blanket they made. Front row from left are Kori Huelsmann and Carley Emig; second row, Drew Schonhardt, Patrick McGinley and Drew Douglas; third row, Brenden Gelly, Heath Follwell, Grace Wilke and Madelyn Vogelbacher. Provided photo

St. Paul students make blankets for needy

April 11, 2017 08:26 AM

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