<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Covering the Blue - Lap covers and blankets for wounded Police Officers, Correction Officers and K9 Officers
Covering the Blue

Covering the Blue

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Covering the Blue Our group is a Nonprofit 501c under the Jefferson Township Historical Society. We come together to make lap afghans for our line of duty wounded Police Officers, Correction Officers, K9 Officers and for Officers who have lost their beloved K9 partner. We want to show them our support and love! For anyone that likes to crochet you are welcome to join, the more volunteers we get the more wounded Officers we can cover and serve!

Covering the BlueWe need volunteers in all states to crochet or knit Thin Blue Line covers for wounded Police Officers and Correction Officers. We also need people to make big fleece tied covers for wounded K9s and crocheted Thin Blue Line covers for Officers who have lost their K9 and equine partners.

Covering the Blue Adopt an injured Officer
We have so many injured Officers This would help our Volunteers to get the covers made and mailed. You can also add a loved one’s name in memory and honor. $30.00 will pay for yarn and to mail the cover to the Officer. A letter will be enclosed to the Officer with the maker of the cover and the person who adopted the Officer, along with their loved ones name. I have a Venmo account to make it easy to adopt a Cop. The holidays are the perfect time to give back to those who protect us!
Founder of Covering the Blue Diane Baughman-dhuggins2@verizon.net

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Send a check:
JTHS-Covering the Blue
P.O. Box 383
Burgettstown, PA 15021

Donate Yarn:
Red Heart Super Saver Jumbo Black and Royal Blue yarn.

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