Forget Me Not USA Sponsoring Quilt Challenge Benefiting 4rkidssake.org

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Forget Me Not USA Quilt Challenge benefiting 4rkidssake.org. This organization and website is committed to improving Child Vehicle Safety.

Forget Me Not USA is Sponsoring a Quilt Challenge to benefit 4rkidssake.org. This organization and website is dedicated in loving memory to Kaitlyn Marie Russell and is committed to improving Child Vehicle Safety.

Each quilter will make a 12 1/2" block of their choice. Blocks can be paper-pieced, appliqued, etc. Choice of colors and choice of fabric should be limited to pinks for girls, blues for boys and/or primary colors of blue, red, yellow and green. Quilters can make as many blocks as they like. The more blocks, the more quilts auctioned to benefit 4rkidssake.org

Mail completed blocks to Forget Me Not USA, 921 Golf Club Drive, Burneyville, OK 73430.

Deadline for submission is March 1, 2007. Quilts will be auctioned off on EBay in May/June 2007.

During this 2006 Summer Season, 26 children died from hyperthermia after being left alone or were unable to get out of a hot car. In the summer of 2005, 42 children died in hot cars. We are making progress,the word is getting out, people are listening. 25 is less than 42, but we can and must do better. Zero is the perfect number.

Forget Me Not USA is on a mission is to provide a visual reminder about the safe transportation of children. By encouraging parents, grandparents, daycare providers, school bus drivers, etc. to display Forget Me Not Auto Safety Stickers, we want to visually remind them to never leave a child alone in a car, for any reason." Forget Me Not Auto Safety Stickers on transportation vehicles, as well as on all entry and exit doors of businesses such as convenience stores, cleaners and banks, will help raise public awareness.

Please join the Forget Me Not USA to prevent this tragedy from happening to children and their families.

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