Getting crafty for a charitable cause

Renmark Paringa Council Mayor Neil Martinson (left) and community development officer Emma Warner (third from right), with Crafty Capers members Denise Bihun, Rita Blake, Dawn Crouch and Von Sauer, and a number of the quilts the group made for charity using a $500 council grant. INSET: The Crafty Capers and Ps and Qs groups create the quilts for Mary Potter Hospice and Ronald McDonald House patients. PHOTOS: Peta-Marie Philippou

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Hugh Schuitemaker graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2014 and spent the last few years in soccer and music reporting before joining the Murray Pioneer at the end of 2018. Hugh grew up in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs and has a keen interest for football, cooking and exploring the Riverland region.

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