Well, it is lightly snowing this morn at my elevation – but hope that doesn’t stop the planned activities today.
Shirley reported that about 6 people took advantage of the open door at the guild and worked on their projects yesterday.
The quilt show committee is also meeting to check for the road signs condition and alterations needed. We will need a volunteer(s) with a large vehicle and tools to install them around town in our planned locations.
Our stage display with community groups and charity quilts is only a success if we have all those quilt tops completed. If you have a charity/donation quilt top or almost completed quilt and you’ve got it on the “roundtoit” pile, then let us know or bring it for the next show and tell.
RAFFLE TICKETS= we’d really appreciate if you would bring completely sold ticket books and the cash to the next business meeting. Remember to carry them in your purse and just a mention that the guild is supporting the Catscan fundraising, gained me ticket sales last week.
The Catscan committee is most appreciative of our efforts and plan on attending our show. There will be someone to accept our cheque and have a photo op at the awards.