Quilters and Auxilians from HSHS St. Joseph’s in Breese, (from left) Ann Olliges, Evie Pakosta, Janice Gebke, Jeanette Beckmann, Dolores Voss and Theodora Wilke, were on hand in the hospital’s quilting room when Dan Haselhorst of Trenton (seated, left) picked up the 90-inch by 109-inch gray and white appliqued quilt he won on the Auxiliary’s Summer Quilt Raffle. The quilt featured black highlights and multiple stitching patterns and was a very popular raffle item. Also on the June 21 raffle was a 34-inch by 43-inch cross-stitched Noah’s Ark quilt won by Sally Reiss of Breese. Tickets at $1 each or six/$5 are now on sale in the hospital Gift Shop for a 36-inch by 58-inch Noah’s Ark quilt in pastel colors on a white background and a 90-inch by 108-inch modified 16-patch quilt featuring multi-colored patches on an alternating white and beige background and a three-dimensional effect. The drawing is Friday, Sept. 22. Tickets will also be available at the Aug. 30 KidneyMobile and the Sept. 13 hospital health fair at the Breese Knights of Columbus Hall. Raffle quilts are generally on display across from the Gift Shop near the hospital Information Desk. In addition, a silent auction quilt is in the Cafeteria Hallway with bids due by 3 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays and quilts are for sale in the Gift Shop. The Gift Shop additionally stocks used books, seasonal and other merchandise and used books, puzzles, DVDs, etc., are for sale in the Cafeteria Hallway from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  the second and fourth Thursdays in August except for holidays, hospital and/or Auxiliary events. For more information, contact 526-5351 or judy.schrage@hshs.org.

Media Contact

Ashley Gramann

Manager, Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 526-5439
ashley.gramann@hshs.org

Latest News

Visitor restrictions continue

 March 1, 2021

As our region experiences lower rates in COVID-19, HSHS St. Joseph's continues with visitor restrictions.

 

Taking charge of your heart health

 February 18, 2021

HSHS St. Joseph's provides healthy eating and exercise tips during American Heart Month.

 

Don't get chilled to the bone during upcoming cold temperature days

 February 5, 2021

Know the signs of hypothermia and frostbite.