They’re popping up all across SEK these days, thanks to a fundraiser in Woodson County
Woodson County might be one of the newest members of the Flint Hills Barn Quilt Trail, but you wouldn’t guess it.
Just a year after it launched, the Woodson County Barn Quilt Trail boasts more than 100 hand-painted wooden quilt squares displayed on homes, on barns, throughout downtown Yates Center and all across the area. They’re the handiwork of a dedicated group of Yates Centerans who aspired to do or create something to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Woodson County Historical Society – but they wanted that something to be “more lasting than a dinner for members or a commemorative mug.”
What they came up with – the Woodson County Barn Quilt Project – turned out to be much more than a successful fundraiser and tribute to the WCHS…
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