Mrs. Pentz, a 5th grade teacher at Driggers, wanted to make something for her husband, SMSgt Jason Pentz, who is stationed in Kuwait with his Force Protection Flight. Their walls seemed to be very empty, so she thought it would be nice to make something they could hang up in their flight office or day room to remind them we are grateful for their service. She came up with idea of a quilt hanging where the Driggers students could decorate each fabric square as a class. So Mrs. Pentz picked out the fabric, the students and teachers decorated their class squares, and Mrs. Brogan, the Driggers Elementary Computer Technologist, put them all together, created the design, and added backing material to make a quilt. This wonderful quilt from home should arrive in Kuwait just after Christmas. What started as something for SMSgt Jason Pentz turned into a gift for his entire Force Protection Flight. He'll send us pictures of when they get it, and we'll add them to this post.