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					                                                                                            MICHAEL DAVIS PHOTOS
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Description: "[Ann Alger] was very independent, and she didn't like to talk about all the things she did to help others," [Susan Segreti] says. "Ann always said, 'The quilts will speak for themselves.' Cancer was a journey for her, and the quilts represent her way of working through that. For Ann, quilting was therapy. Our job in her honor is to give back to the community."Jean Armour Polly, executive director of the Liverpool Public Library, says the library staff was grateful to be part of the Quilts4Charity project and wanted to do something else to honor Alger. "The library is honored to be a recipient of one of Ann's quilts and is very much looking forward to the quilt show," she says in an emailed statement. "Another thing we will be doing is dedicating a 'travel bug' in Ann's name with a quest to travel around the world. As part of a grant from the Onondaga Lake Partnerships the library will {soon} be circulating handheld GPS units so that users can get involved in the recreational sport called geocaching. It is a mash-up between a nature walk and a treasure hunt."Bits and pieces, that's what Ann's life is about," Segreti says. "She was a humanitarian; a very simple person, a wonderful human being. When [Wanda Carley] and I started moving forward with this after Ann died, we decided to celebrate her life. It's not all about cancer."
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