Assisted living center residents make baby caps for homeless

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Residents of Brighton Gardens assisted living center did knitted 50 baby caps for infants at The Road Home and delivered them Tuesday in person to families there.

Assisted living center residents make baby caps for homeless

The caps were a big hit, and workers at the homeless shelter say acts of kindness like this really lift the spirits of people staying there. Knitting the caps was a lot of work.

"For the larger hats, it takes a day; probably for the little ones, about half a day," explained Brighton Gardens resident Betty Deonier.

The knitters say they'll get back to their yarn and needles and start working on their next good deed.

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