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2015 Holiday Party
Please arrive between 5:45 and 6:00. The Program will begin at 6:10 (note time change). It’s a Pot Luck! Bring a dish, serving 8-10, according to the first letter of your last name.
A-E Main Dish • F-J Appetizer • K-R Dessert • S-Y Salad
One of the activities will be a centerpiece creation contest. Bring one item to contribute to your table’s centerpiece and let the creativity begin! Prizes will be given for best quilt related and best non-quilt related centerpieces.
Note: Due to the fun and festivities, there will not be show and tell this evening.
We could use a couple of helping hands the day of the party. If interested, please email Sophia at email@example.com
Thank you, Sophia & Pinky
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: DUES INCREASE PASSES
The membership overwhelmingly voted to increase dues from $25 to $30 per year. This step will not only strengthen our finances but will also allow us to do more of what the members want. Several people commented that the dues should have been raised to $35. If you want to contribute extra money to the Guild, there is a space on the membership registration form to do so. You can also specify where you would like the money to go. All contributions are welcome and appreciated.
Congratulations to our newly elected officers! Members, this is your new 2016 executive Board:
President: Diane Klose
Vice President: Susie Hardy
Treasurer: Pat Gillings
Co-Secretaries: Carolyn Christiansen and Sharon Ellisor
Quick Links to the Quilt Show
"SPRINGTIME IN THE PINES"
April 30 and May 1, 2016
Saturday 10-5 • Sunday 10-4
PTQG 2015 Quilt Show Winners Album - click here.
Greetings Guild Members!
2015 has been an amazing year for the Guild. In addition to a successful Quilt Show, a variety of interesting programs with well attended workshops, production of hundreds of community service quilts, and the enthusiastic participation of so many members, we have had some new challenges and accomplishments this year as well. Here is a summary.
In addition to the members who went to “batt” for these projects, I would like to recognize the Board for their excellent organizational patchwork and efforts to keep us from going to pieces.