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High 5 Goes to Woman Who Makes Quilts for Newborns

High 5 Goes to Woman Who Makes Quilts for Newborns

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(KSL News) She's provided a bit of comfort to hundreds of Utah newborns. And for that, Caryle Young received a High 5 this morning.

Young makes quilts for newborns. She believes that there should be no cold babies on this earth. So she quilts 200 blankets or more a year for newborns in need.

Ranae Darman, nominated neighbor: "Not only are you such a great neighbor and do everything for the neighborhood, but you make so many blankets."

High 5 Goes to Woman Who Makes Quilts for Newborns

Caryle Young, nominated by neighbor: "I've got quilts all around the world. I even have a note from our attorney general who took one on tour in Utah. That was kind of special.

"I just hope it'll spread. I'd love everybody to help. There's so much need now in all phases. We need to help."

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