Mile Creek Park, 757 Keowee Baptist Church Road in Six Mile, is the 150th location joining the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail. The quilt pattern, called Forest Lake, was designed by McKenna Ryan and originally quilted by Joy duBois of Seneca for her grandson, Joey Marcus, for his 10th birthday. This addition to the UHQT was made possible by a Pickens County ATAX Commission Grant. The Forest Lake pattern portrays an underwater scene of a mountain lake in shades of blue, green and yellow.


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Mile Creek Park, 757 Keowee Baptist Church Road in Six Mile, is the 150th location joining the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail. The quilt pattern, called Forest Lake, was designed by McKenna Ryan and originally quilted by Joy duBois of Seneca for her grandson, Joey Marcus, for his 10th birthday. This addition to the UHQT was made possible by a Pickens County ATAX Commission Grant. The Forest Lake pattern portrays an underwater scene of a mountain lake in shades of blue, green and yellow.

Mile Creek Park, 757 Keowee Baptist Church Road in Six Mile, is the 150th location joining the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail. The quilt pattern, called Forest Lake, was designed by McKenna Ryan and originally quilted by Joy duBois of Seneca for her grandson, Joey Marcus, for his 10th birthday. This addition to the UHQT was made possible by a Pickens County ATAX Commission Grant. The Forest Lake pattern portrays an underwater scene of a mountain lake in shades of blue, green and yellow.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_uhqtsixmilecreek.jpgMile Creek Park, 757 Keowee Baptist Church Road in Six Mile, is the 150th location joining the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail. The quilt pattern, called Forest Lake, was designed by McKenna Ryan and originally quilted by Joy duBois of Seneca for her grandson, Joey Marcus, for his 10th birthday. This addition to the UHQT was made possible by a Pickens County ATAX Commission Grant. The Forest Lake pattern portrays an underwater scene of a mountain lake in shades of blue, green and yellow. Courtesy photo
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