The story behind donated quilts made for soldiers’ children on Coast Live

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PORTSMOUTH, Va. - For the spouses of two veterans, their quilting hobby became a way of supporting service members and their families.  Co-founder of Nonnie Sue's quilts, Jo Savolskis talks about what inspired her group to make quilts for the children of soldiers.  And family advocacy specialist with Coast Guard Base Portsmouth Terrence Tanner joins us to talk about FRGs, family readiness groups, and how you can help.