Rotary Club of Wells Maine

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 We have received quilts from All 50 United States,

Canada, and Australia 



Rotaplast Chengde

A committed group of medical & non medical volunteers from October 26 to November 9, 2008 will change the lives of children in Chengde, China. Children who live with cleft lips and cleft palates. This medical mission is sponsored by the members of the Rotary clubs of Vancouver Chinatown and Richmond Sunset, District 5040, B.C., Canada in partnership with Rotaplast International & Rotaplast Canada

Thank you for supplying our missions with Quilts!

 Check out this blog/ wonderful story and pictures





From Brandon Espinosa, Rotaplast Headquarters

See Rotaplast & Wrap a Smile in Action


    You should see the videos, I think video 3 and 5 are the best


or go to www.utube and reference Rotaplast Ethopia




It has come to our attention that a rumor was spreading we had too many quilts, and that some of the quilts, stockpiled in a warehouse in California, were sold for $1 each.  This is absolutely false!  The quilts are lovingly cared for by Wrap-A-Smile until they are needed.  They are packed and shipped to organizations only in the quantity that is needed for each upcoming mission. 


Occasionally we are given permission by a quilter to use their quilt as a raffle item.  When we do so the money raised is used to help pay for shipping costs and supplies or to financially support one of the upcoming missions.



Thank you to

DISTRICT 5080, an International District,  which encompasses, in part,  the south-eastern portion of British Columbia Canada has been supporting Wrap-A-Smile since Rotary's Centennial year. In 2008 quilters from Kimberley, Cranbrook, Creston, Nelson, Grand Forks, Nakusp, Beaver Valley and Salmo happily contributed 264 quilts to the cause... and more are coming.




Below is the article in the January 2004 issue of FAMILY CIRCLE magazine.

There is a correction to this article caption should read: Terry Hodskins (right) with quilting bees Bridget Burns and Beverly True.