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Every month for more than 12 years, the Charlotte Quilters Guild has met to create quilts for 3- and 4-year-olds entering the Head Start program.
That was until Hurricane Charley.
In one fell swoop, winds and rain damaged -- and in many cases, destroyed -- homes, cars and household contents.
Even the church where the guild met suffered nearly $2 million in damages, forcing the group to seek another location to meet.
"As soon as the winds died down, everyone began calling friends and fellow members to see if they were OK. It took several weeks to contact everyone because …