Submitted The Naughty Knitters were at it once again this year. The group meets regularly at the Grist Mill to knit together. The group donated their beautiful works to the Lower Similkameen Community Services Society to be given out to those in need. Left to right, Stacey Lebeau, LSCSS, Sheila Collier, Naughty Knitters, and Chris Mathieson of the Grist Mill.

Keremeos and area Naughty Knitters give big

The group meets regularly to knit together and recently donated items to community services

The Naughty Knitters were at it once again this year. The group meets regularly at the Grist Mill to knit together. The group donated their beautiful works to the Lower Similkameen Community Services Society. Left to right, Stacey Lebeau, LSCSS, Sheila Collier, Naughty Knitters and Chris Mathieson of the Grist Mill.

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