Here's the update as of Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Things change rapidly, and there are still 2 days to go.

We've filled most of the shifts, but there's still a chance to get in under the wire. I can't hold seats while waiting for a commitment, but I can offer other ways to support the Knitting Marathon's mission. Just let me know that you want to help.

As of Tuesday Morning

FRIDAY, October 12, 2018

12-2 Ellen Seidman

Fran Loring

Jamie Lynn Fowler

Melissa Reynolds


2-4 Elaine Moir

Victoria Charkut

Gail Molloy

Susan Hyde


4-6 Polly Peters

Debby Kalloch

Kathleen Falato

Barbara Bitner


6-8 Polly Peters

Heather Goff

Justine Carey Cooke

Joyce Burnham


8-10 Heather Goff

Justine Carey Cooke

Katie Perkins

Jenny Dreher


10-12 Elizabeth Poisson

Alice Casella

Caryn Luchetti

Mim Bird

As of Tuesday Morning

SATURDAY, October 13, 2018

12-2 Alice Casella

Robin McCoy

Karen Zola

Annalise Poisson


2-4 Ruth Batemen

Karyn Bowers



4-6 Ruth Bateman

Karyn Bowers

Tammey Chase

Alice Chase


6-8 Elizabeth Booker

Elaine Moir

Edith Vaughn

Polly Peters


8-10 Polly Peters

Alice Casella

Helene Meyerowitz



10-12 Melissa Leach

Barbara Bitner

Loreen Meyer

Angie Lord


Just a couple of reminders

All the Friday shift times are PM and all the Saturday shift times are AM. That means that Friday 2-4 is in the middle of the afternoon, but Saturday 2-4 is in the middle of the night. 

Bring your wooly mitts, hats, scarves, or shawls as it can get chilly in the tent. We will, however, have an electric heater so it doesn't get terribly cold. Dress as if for an autumn bonfire or tailgate party.

I'll make sure there is hot water for coffee and tea. I'll also make sure there are some snacks, though most knitters also like to bring their own. Sometimes knitters bring snacks to share. Do what ever you like to make yourself comfortable.

If, for some reason you can not make your shift, please contact me by phone and let me know so I can fill your spot. 207-350-5077.

I want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart. What you're doing is a heroic things, and the hungry people of Knox County will be as grateful as I am.


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