Judy Woldridge

Judy Woldridge sits with her basket of 46 crocheted hats donated to the Rogers County Adult Day Care.

Hearts, heads, and souls of the Rogers County Adult Day Care clients are a bit warmer this holiday season thanks to Judy Woldridge and her crocheting skills.

Around 50 hours of crocheting and countless balls of yarn later, the staff and all the people attending RCADC were gifted a hat for the winter season.

“I just love crocheting,” Woldridge said.

Executive Director of RCADC Wanda Inman works with Woldridge to coordinate the number and sizes of hats needed. This year marks Woldridge's third year making hats for the center. Inman said it is always a great Christmas present for her clients.

“The clients all love them, even the staff has gotten some of them and we are just grateful that they remember our clients,” Inman said.

Woldridge's sister-in-law Catherine Woldridge is the executive director of United Way of Rogers and Mayes counties and helped Judy coordinate with the RCADC.

“The hats are beautiful, they are just gorgeous,” Catherine said. “I think it takes her a couple hours to do one. She just enjoys crocheting. I have a several scarves she's given me over the years.”

Judy has crocheted for other organizations in the past including the veterans hospital. She said she looks for needs in the community and helps where she can.

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