As the summer turned to fall and Thanksgiving approached, a senior at Henley High School was busy quilting for others.

Lindsey Castle, who will graduate from Henley this coming June, decided to make quilts for her senior project and donate them to Klamath Basin Behavioral Health. A few of the quilts have already been delivered to KBBH’s transitional housing program, and she is on track to finish her goal of 60 quilts by the time she graduates.