500 dresses: Tiny church fills shoeboxes through sewing skills
Evelyn Jackson says she couldn't have found a better way to contribute.
When tiny Catlett Community Church in North Georgia decided to make a passel of dresses this summer, it turned to the retired sewing plant employee.
"When they asked me to make the dresses, I said, 'That's right up my alley,'" recalls Jackson, 77, who had worked for Ely & Walker shirtmakers in LaFayette, Ga., for 25 years.
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