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The Nomination Committee will present a slate of
officers at the August meeting. At that time, nominations from the
floor will be accepted. These results will then be published and
presented at a vote at the next meeting. If anyone would like to be
added to the slate, please e-mail, Jan Wilhelm, Chairman
email@example.com ; Gail
, or Bobbi Beckhorn
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to run for an office. Thank you.
Many thanks to Ann Hawkins for hosting the July get together at her
home. Although unable to attend my chatty daughter was visiting
for only a few days and I selfishly did not want to dilute that time
with her I understand everyone enjoyed the relaxed setting and
purely social day.
I hope you are enjoying your July. I have reviewed
the By-Laws again recently and am working on the Nomination
Link to Minutes
Checking Balance 4642.68
Click here for direct link to budget and other information (Webmistress Note: I'm hoping this will work - otherwise, the Treasurer will have copies at the meeting)
AFTER LUNCH PROGRAM - Gail Williams
NATIONAL TEACHER - Bobbi Beckhorn and Sally Kasulke
National Teacher Karen Linduska will be coming to visit the Guild in
October. Her trunk show lecture will be on Wed., October 1, 2014
following our regular meeting. She is a full time professional fiber
artist with over 35 years of experience. Her specialty is decorative
stitch thread painting using a sewing machine's built in "decorative
stitches" . Her class will take place on Thursday, October 2, 2014
at the Methodist Church in Gorham from 9AM - 3PM. The class will be
Decorative Stitch Thread Painting and the cost is $40.00 . Take a
look at her websites
www.karenlinduska.blogspot.com. This looks like a fun class.
The class is limited to 20 people so please contact Sally Kasulke or
Bobbie Beckhorn if you wish to secure a spot in the class.
Sally Kasulke 315-789-0479
and Bobbie Beckhorn cell: 607-592-0449
We're heading into the homestretch. On this "round" we will create
a border that pulls the entire piece together. The border may be up
to 5" and the design is up to you. It may be attached to one or
more edges. Then, please see me to find out who you will give the
piece to for the final round due in September. Any questions: Joan
Danaher 585-393-1956 or
QBs is meeting twice in July. The first of them is coming up very soon, Wednesday, the 23rd, which is probably tomorrow by the time you get this. It is going to be basic as I have some beginners to work with, but the dye will be there for those that want to come. Then we will meet on the 30th of July for more dyeing and experimental stuff. The August date is the 27th and September's is the 24th.
Quilters Consortium of New York State website: www.qcnys.org
Ann Hawkins is stepping down as QCNYS Delegate for the upcoming year. If you're interested in becoming our Delegate and attending the Consortium meetings, reporting on the activities of Lake to Lake Quilt Guild and networking with other guilds, please let her know.
If you're interested in applying for a scholarship for a class or QBL, your delegate will have applications available in September.
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