Category: Meetings

  • A Busy November

  • A Busy August 6th Meeting

    The Monday Common Thread Circle members had a busy day at their first meeting in August.  We now  have more heart pillows, stuffed animals, knitted and crocheted scarves and caps ready to deliver to patients in Houston area hospitals!

  • Wonderful January Meeting!

    We had a great turn out at the first Monday meeting of Common Thread Circle.  We got lots of heart pillows and critters ready to deliver to area hospital patients!  

  • Teddy Bears!

    Judy brings wonderful teddy bears she made to Common Thread to be distributed to young hospital patients in the Houston area this fall.  

  • Monday Meeting at Starbucks

    Our thanks to Charles Peirsol for welcoming Common Thread Circle to Town and Country Starbucks on Monday afternoons.

  • Sixth Anniversary Cake

    On Monday, May 12th, Town and Country Starbucks manager, Charles Peirsol, presented this “6th Anniversary Cake” to the Common Thread Circle members!  Thanks to his wonderful support, Common Thread has been meeting at Starbucks on Monday afternoons to stuff heart pillows and “critters” and knit items for Houston area hospital patients since May of 2008.

  • Monday at Starbucks

  • Mondays at Starbucks

    Lots of stuffing and sewing goes on at Town & Country Starbucks on Monday afternoons!  

  • Guest Speaker at Common Thread Circle Meeting

    Brenda Kepner, manager of Volunteers & Community Services at Katy Memorial Hermann Hospital, was the guest speaker at the Common Thread Circle meeting at Memorial Drive United Methodist Church on Tuesday, January 21st. She is pictured after the meeting with the co-chairmen of the circle. From left to right are Janie Schmidt, Brenda Kepner, Lenore…

  • May 13, 2013

    Some of the Common Thread Circle members wore their “STUFF IT” aprons when they met at the Town & Country Starbucks on Monday, May 13, 2013. Common Thread Circle meets at Starbucks every Monday afternoon to stuff heart-shaped cough pillows for Houston area hospital patients. They also make stuffed animal “critters” for younger children who are patients in area children’s wards. Three…