Div 4 Cr Laurie Koranski Visits Local Venues
THE LOGAN VILLAGE COMMUNITY CRAFT COTTAGE SHONE DURING SOCIAL ISOLATION
A hardworking band of volunteers from the Logan Village Community Craft Cottage have emerged from social isolation with a bounty of hand crafted goods to donate to charity.
The team set themselves lofty targets to produce an array of craft projects during COVID-19 social isolation in aid of Mission Possible.
Collectively the group produced 702 masks, 265 scrub hats, 93 headbands and 14 scrub bags in addition to carry bags, pillow cases, fiddle mats and even calico dolls.
“Craft Cottage members with a helping hand from the Opal Gardens Craft Group have done an absolutely brilliant job” Cr Laurie Koranski said.
“The sewing and knitting projects undertaken have provided valuable resources to hospitals and nursing homes”.
“I can’t thank the many sewers and knitters enough. They’ve exceeded all expectations with their magnificent handiwork” she said.
With COVID-19 restrictions easing, the Logan Village Community Craft Cottage has re-opened its doors with new social distancing restrictions now in place.
Cr Koranski stopped by to view the Logan Village Craft Cottage group’s handiwork.
NEXT STOP THE NEWLY RE-VAMPED LOGAN VILLAGE PUB
Recently Cr Laurie Koranski visited the newly refurbished Logan Village Hotel where she was able to enjoy the new surroundings.
“So thrilled to see Logan Village’s glorious 1870’s pub lovingly restored to her former glory”, Cr Laurie Koranski said. “Hats off to the McGuire family for investing in this local treasure right down to the historic photographs and local artifacts displayed throughout, which capture our unique local stories”.
“Despite COVID-19 restrictions, I’m pleased to say they still serve a great burger in the warm country environment we’ve all come to love!”