Circle B
Rebecca Behrendt

Circle B forned in the early 1940s, when a group of women got together several evenings a week and rolled bandages for the Red Cross during World War II. 

Later they started doing crafts and selling them, giving the money to help the church.

Today, under the leadership of Rebecca Behrendt, they knit and crochet lap robes, prayer shawls and baptismal shawls.

Their mission is to make people feel good and to let them know we are thinking of and praying for them.

The Circle B group reported in November that they had made and donated 136 lap robes to Sunnyview Rehabilitation Center during 2014.

And what does Circle B mean? The name honors their founder, Belle Bielman, a member of the church.

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