Pat Lee, a resident of the Copper Hill Subdivision, welcomed her new neighbors at C’est Tres Bon! with handmade quilts.
Lee asked several of her friends to create unique quilts that were different for each new resident, a news release from Options said.
C’est Tres Bon! is a federally funded apartment complex for people with disabilities located on Crisp Road in Hammond.
“Moving is a big deal for anyone, and we are so thankful for Pat Lee and her friends for going out of their way to make the new residents feel incredibly welcome and at home,” said Options CEO Sylvia Bush. “The quilts are absolutely gorgeous, and they will definitely be loved.”
Janet Bailey, Georgia Farnet, Lee, Patty Neihaus, Chris Teaque and Mama’s Quilt Shop made the quilts. C’est Tres Bon! residents chose their quilts and decided whether they wanted them on their bed or hung on the wall. One quilt will be placed in the home’s community room.