As you may know, Belles of Cotton is located in North Carolina, and both Belles are natives of Asheboro, NC. Momma-belle, Becky, leads a group of 4-Hers in Asheboro, ages 9-13, known as the Cut 'n Sew 4-H Club. A local Randolph County Girl Scout, Olivia Hardy, has chosen to involve the Cut 'n Sew 4-H Club that Becky works with in her Gold Award project, which is called Making Little Africa Dresses. The project requires a sustainability facet. Involving our 4-Hers will, hopefully, lead to their continued work in sewing & sending the dresses to Africa. The 4-Hers will promote community awareness of this project so that others will participate by sewing or donating fabric. As 4-H leader of this club of 9-13 year olds, Becky called on her sewing-circle-of-friends to assist 4-Hers at their sewing machines. In 2 hours, each 4-Her finished 2 little dresses. They embellished them with ribbon. The girls were so proud of their service work & learned a bit about the culture of the girls who will receive the dresses. What lovely finished products!