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Huntington's Disease Memorial Quilt
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About The Quilt

Members of the Hunt-Dis internet support group initiated a national Huntington's Disease Memorial Quilt project to honor their loved ones with Huntington's Disease. This was a major undertaking and through the support of HDSA Chapters, HD Support Groups and HD Centers of Excellence Phase I of the Quilt is 120 squares! The Quilt was unveiled at the 2001 HDSA Convention in San Diego.

Phase II of the Quilt project has been intiated with plans to unveil this section, along with the orgiinal Quilt, at the 2002 HDSA National Convention in Columbus, Ohio.

For instructions on how to submit a square to represent your loved one please visit the following website:

Quilt Instructions, Loan Application and Information (click here)

Pictures of Phase I of the HD Memorial Quilt:

Pictures of the Quilt Squares can be seen on Deb Hart's webpage.

Deb Hart Quilt Website (click here)

Or seen on Jean Miller's Help CURE HD card website:

Quilt Pictures on Webshots (click here)

Donations:

Donations to support the storing, care, shipping the Quilt for HD education and awareness events and the on-going efforts in assembling future additions to the Hunt-Dis Huntington's Disease Memorial Quilt are welcomed and greatly appreciated. If you would like to make a donation, please send your check or money order made out to "Hunt-Dis HD Memorial Quilt Project" and mail it to:

HD Memorial Quilt c/o
Jean E. Miller
1835 Pine Cone Circle
Clearwater, FL 33760-5349

Thank you!

"The Quilt"
I Am The "Huntingtons Disease" Memorial Quilt
On Display For All Mankind
Look Upon My Patchwork
And These Memories Unwind

Each Square was Wrought With Loving Hands
All Are Different You Can See
Each Tells A Story Of Love And Loss
Then All Were Intrusted To Me

I Will Travel This Wide World Over
My Beauty For All To See
Spreading The Word Of A Cruel Disease
And The Message "Remember Me"

Ron C.
6/29/01