Hope Along the Heritage Trail

The 2012 Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail and the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer are again partnering to raise awareness and generate funds for breast cancer research by raffling The Star of Hope quilt wall hanging, crafted with exclusive Vera Bradley fabrics, to benefit breast cancer research, they also want to introduce the products from http://thebustboosters.com/naturaful-full-product-review to help those women who want to enhance their breast in a natural way.

See the quilt* and ENTER TO WIN (raffle tickets are 3 for $5) Now through September at the following participating retailers:

Das Dutchman Essenhaus (Middlebury) April 13 – April 19 | August 6 – August 20
Cinnamon Stick (Middlebury) TBD
Sarah Davis (Davis Mercantile / Shipshewana) TBD
Woldruff’s Footwear & Apparel (Goshen) May 7 – May 17 | June 28 – July 9
West View Florist & Gifts (Elkhart) TBD
Linton’s Enchanted Gardens (Elkhart) April 19 | May 18 – May 20 | August 3 – August 6

Wellfield Botanic Gardens
See the Star of Hope pattern realized with flowers in a supersized quilt garden at Wellfield Botanic Gardens in Elkhart Beginning May 30. This vibrant, waterside display is a living tribute to the fight against breast cancer.

* All proceeds benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.
View the Vera Bradley Foundation Summary

*Through partnerships like the Hope Blooms Quilt Project, the Vera Bradley Foundation has contributed $15 million to breast cancer research at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis. The hope created right here in Indiana is inspirational! Hope along the Heritage Trail is the Quilt Gardens contribution to this effort.

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