RPP Residents Knit Hats For Newborns At Hospitals For The American Heart Association

Thanks to several Roland Park Place Residents, 38 babies will receive freshly knitted hats at various Maryland Hospitals. It’s a part of the “Little Hats Big Hearts” project for the American Heart Association. The RPP Knitting Group is made up of Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth Gallier, Mrs. Devora Bennett, Mrs. Sally Freedman and Mrs. Jan French, all RPP Residents who get together monthly to knit various items. According to the American Heart Association, the goal of “Little Hats Big Hearts” is to help spread awareness about heart disease, which they say is the number one killer of all Americans and congenital heart defects, the most common birth defect in the United States.