By COLE AVERY
Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS
Yes, a pillow case – that standard fabric cover that keeps goose feathers from poking your eyes while you sleep. Port Isabel resident Mary Cantu, however, uses the cases to clothe the less fortunate by turning them into dresses.
For the past month, Cantu has used her spare time to make pillow cases into dresses for children in Haiti, the Caribbean country devastated by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in January 2010.
“Those poor people have nothing,” Cantu said. “I love children, and that’s why I’m doing this.”
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