Madeline Umhoefer learned how to knit as a young teenager when she was at home with the chicken pox. 75 years and thousands of
hats later, she's become somewhat of a legendary volunteer at Omaha's Bergan Mercy Medical Center.
"They've been coming since before I started here," said NICU nurse Nicole Bennett, describing the tiny infant hats handed out in the neonatal intensive care unit. "I always though they came from groups that donated to us."
Bennett learned later that one woman was making all the hats, distributed to each of the hundreds of infants treated in Bergan's NICU every year.
"We have babies that are one and a half pounds, to ten pounds," said Bennett. "She makes hats that fit every size of baby. Every single baby gets them."
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