- Associated Press - Sunday, March 20, 2016

CRAWFORD, Neb. (AP) - Overnight visitors to Fort Robinson State Park may notice a special touch to their rooms this summer.

The park will be featuring the work of quilters in two of its officers quarters - big brick buildings that have proved popular with families and other large groups.

The park wants at least 30 quilts donated for the quarters. Quilts are reminiscent of bedding that would have been used when the fort was an active U.S. cavalry post in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Each quilt must cover a queen-size bed, and quilters should attach tags denoting who created the quilts.

They may be mailed to Becky Serres at Fort Robinson State Park, 3200 Highway 20, Crawford, NE 69339. Contact Serres at [email protected] or 308-665-2933 for more information.



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