Lawrence Wilberâ€™s Cross Stitch on Display
Stop by the Franklin Memorial Hospital Library
February 24, 2011
Currently on display in the Ben Franklin Library at Franklin Memorial Hospital through March is a sampling of Lawrence Wilbur’s beautifully intricate works of cross-stitch. Larry is a former long-term volunteer of Franklin Memorial Hospital.
According to Wilbur, he started cross-stitching after he retired from GH Bass. His wife liked to watch television, but Larry wasn’t content just watching and started his new hobby as a way to be productive. That led to a passion that now spans 23 years. Through the years, his art has been on exhibit in numerous venues.
Stop by the library at your convenience to see his 12 beautiful pieces on display. While there check out the library’s comprehensive collection of health resources including books, journals, pamphlets, videotapes, and DVDs. A librarian is available for assistance Monday thru Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Fridays, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The library is open to the public and located next to the main reception desk. For more information, contact the librarian by phone at 779-2554.
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