Mabel Carter Honored by Methodist Women
Mabel Hartsell Carter was honored by the Roseland United Methodist Women Thursday, Dec. 11, as several members gathered at her home in Foxfire to present her with a mission pin.
"Mabel has given so much to help with the group's mission projects," says a spokesman. "She makes many items that are taken to the local nursing homes and the Sandhills Children's Center."
Among the items she makes are wheelchair bags, bibs, walker bags, pillows, lap blankets, shawls, and recently she has helped make "Project Linus" blankets. These blankets are made for children ages 0-18 who have gone through trauma.
Another item Carter has made is a doll that RUMW President Carol Deane Joyce named "Love." "Love" has visited the h homes of many people who are sick or recovering from surgery to remind them that they are loved and prayed for by the women's group.
"Mabel Carter is a true testament to everyone in her caring, giving nature," says the spokesman. "She is known at all the nursing homes as an 'angel' -- she truly is!"
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