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Brice Bauer, of Black Hill 4-H in Pleasanton, holds an afghan auctioned off to benefit the Driscoll Children’s Hospital. The handmade afghan made by Dorothy Boots, in Floresville, is in memory of her two grandchildren who died at birth. The makers said that if Driscoll’s Hospital would have been there, the children might have survived. It sold for $425.
Brice Bauer, of Black Hill 4-H in Pleasanton, holds an afghan auctioned off to benefit the Driscoll Children’s Hospital. The handmade afghan made by Dorothy Boots, in Floresville, is in memory of her two grandchildren who died at birth. The makers said that if Driscoll’s Hospital would have been there, the children might have survived. It sold for $425.
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