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Saturday, May 26, 2018

May 2018 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting was held May 8, 2018

The draw for members completing quilts was held and Nancy Powell won the $100 Visa Gift Certificate.  Congratulations Nancy.

Executive Positions Next Year

Teresa Blum – President
Gail Selig – Treasurer
Edith Ward – Community Outreach
Kim Zwicker – Program
Yvonne Yardy – Blog
Susan Clark – Library
Judy Balint – Membership
Cindy Fisher – VP
Vacant - Secretary: 

If anyone is interested in serving on the Executive as secretary please contact Cindy Fisher.

Home County Folk Festival is July 21 & 22. 
  • Lorraine Swanson is coordinating and volunteers are needed to work shifts. Please contact Lorraine if you can work a 3 hour shift.
  • Change this year – adding a quilting rack for hand quilting demonstration.  You can also bring projects to work on during your shift.

Quilt Show
  • Blue and yellow Mug rugs needed for 600 handouts.   Please bring any you complete over the summer to the September meeting.
  • Quilt Registration form is on the Blog. No quilts yet registered but all should be in by September 27th. If you need a paper copy, Yvonne Yardy has copies. Mary encouraged everyone to participate and recognize that everyone is at a different stage in their quilting experience.  All entries are appreciated and no one should stress about whether their quilt is good enough – all are.
  • Volunteer sheets available for signing up.  There are 37 slots filled, 84 needed.  Please contact Joy Love or Edit Ward to volunteer for a shift.
  • There is a waiting list for vendors.
  • Irene Wilson has postcards for members to take and distribute to friends and family.  No need to sign out, only necessary for businesses so no overlapping. 
    • Note:   95 postcard packets were taken.  
  • Dividers between quilts for new racks would display the quilts better.  
  • Moved by Pat Ferry, 2nd by Mibsie Booth to allow the Quilt Show Committee to spend up to $400 of Guild funds to purchase black fabric dividers. Motion carried.
    Mary and Sharon will look at the racks before finalizing purchase.

  • Members  Boutique:  Mibsie showed several examples of items donated to date including:
    •  microwave bowls, 
    • swiffer replacement cloths to sell for $ 2-3 as opposed to $ 9 retail, 
    • Twiddle muffs that are easily made, instructions on the St. Joseph’s Health Care website.  

    Show and Tell

Cindy F.  Bag

Cathy S


Lucille:  Elephant parade

Lucille:  Bird riding a donkey

Cindy F. 

Cindy F.  One Block Wonder
Lucille:  Doggone Cute 
Cathy S:  

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