Round Rock Toddlers Create a Quilt For Our Adopt-A-Unit Soldiers
As you know, Round Rock has adopted a unit from Fort Hood to support while they are away from their homes and families. We have had great success collecting items for them with the Frontier Days Celebration donation drive and the donation boxes that are placed throughout the city. The City of Round Rock has been able to send many different shipments of the supplies the soldiers have asked for and more.
In addition to all the great items we have already collected and sent, our Toddler Treehouse Preschool Program decided to make something sentimental to send to our soldiers. While focusing on the letter "Q", this group of toddlers ranging from three to five years of age, decided to make our soldiers a beautiful quilt. Each square was uniquely designed and placed on the quilt by the by a different child.
It will be nice to send something that shows the soldiers that they are in our hearts while they are away, and what a perfect way to show them we care! A special thanks to Emmet, Ryan, Alora, Meghan, Aeden, Sierra, Zamari, Evan and Austin for all the hard work they put into creating this quilt.