Mask quilt raffle winner announced
Jan Cundy was the lucky winner of the commemorative mask quilt. She and quilt artist Terry Divine display the quilt that commemorates the dedication of college employees, students, and our community during a tumultuous time in our college’s history. (Casper College photo)
A commemorative quilt made to honor the dedication of Casper College employees, students, and the community was won by Jan Cundy, current Casper College Alumni board president and longtime supporter and volunteer at the college.
The quilt, designed, created, and donated by Terry Divine, features seven different Casper College face masks, visible symbols of the pandemic, which the college had created for employees, students, athletes, and benefactors. The college’s colors and symbols can be found on each mask, surrounded by a field of either black or red in a pattern of 24 masks. Measuring 58 inches wide and 66 inches tall, the quilt is trimmed in gray and white with special stitching reminiscent of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes Covid-19.
Terry Divine has been quilting for years and is known for her meticulous attention to detail and talent. She is an avid volunteer at the college, an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute — OLLI at Casper College member, and continuing education instructor. She and her husband, President Darren Divine, are known for giving their time and talents to the college.
Raffle tickets were sold for $10 each, and proceeds from the raffle went to the Casper College Employee Benevolent Fund, which assists college employees in special times of need.
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