Pillow-case dresses donated to children in Haiti, Africa and Mexico
By Brandon Mattingly
Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 10:46 am (Updated: January 17, 11:24 am)
Sometimes the simplest ideas can be the most thoughtful.The home of Juanita Hodgens and her husband, Robert Hodgens, Sr., is where hundreds of pillow-case dresses have been made, mostly for young girls in Haiti. Some have also ended up in Africa and Mexico.
Juanita Hodgens said the idea was created from tragedy, after her granddaughter and her three children died in a car accident five years ago.
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