Monday, December 5, 2016

Reminders, Reminders....Reminders!!!

Open Sew- tomorrow, Dec. 6th, 9:30-4 at the Millman

Regular Meeting- Dec. 14th at 7pm

Bring : 

1-handmade gift bag in a brown paper bag if participating in Gift Exchange
                2- 2 dozen cookies if wish to to eat, one to exchange
                3-monies to participate in Chinese Auction
                4-an old or new handmade Christmas item for Show & Tell
                5-fat quarters to play Jolly Bingo
                6- a  Happy Christmas Spirit to share  with friends....see you soon.    


Thursday, November 17, 2016

November 2016 Meeting Minutes

                                               November 9th, 2016

The meeting was called to order by our President, Doreen D at 6:55 pm following a great " Thanksgiving Dinner".
Our guests for the evening were two representatives from CASA.

Our Treasurer, Karen M, was unable to attend , so Doreen deferred the Treasure's report to the next meeting,

Diane D thanked Doreen and all the attendees of the Retreat who assisted her physically to be able to attend. She encouraged anyone who has reservations about attending in the future, to reconsider. She stated that "it was not only possible to  attend, but she enjoyed a weekend with friends sewing."


Name Badge: Members were reminded to please sign in. Three dollars were collected in fines.

Charity: Tonight we will have our Parade of Quilts for CASA.

Photography: Denise took pictures last meeting and will bring them next meeting for pick up.

Program: Diane  D reminded us that this year's Christmas Exchange is a hand made gift bag. It does not have to be a Christmas one. If you wish to participate, place your gift bag in a paper bag and include your name so the receiver will know who to thank.
She reminded us that the Show & Tell that night will be Christmas items only. They can be either a new or old item. 
We will also play Jolly Bingo. Bring your fat quarters to "ante" up and hopefully, beat Shirley and make "a haul" of fat quarters!
***Diane also encouraged people to sign up for next year's Program Committee. Remember two speakers are already signed for 2017, so you can concentrate on "paying it forward".***

Sunshine: Flossie announced for anyone not aware, that Janet Blackmore, a member, passed away. Several members attended her Memorial.Janet will be missed.

Ways & Means: The Committee "worked" the room, collecting $52! Joyce Heinemann was the winner. Clare also reminded us that we will hold our Chinese Auction next month, "so bring your money".

Refreshments: We were reminded that the next meeting will also be our Cookie Exchange.  If you wish to participate, bring one dozen for refreshments and one dozen to exchange.

Blog: No report.


Doreen announced that everyone had a great time on the Retreat. She encouraged  all those who have never gone to consider doing so next year. She also reminded everyone that we do share rides, so please do not let that be a deterrent.

Remember we have an "open sew" here at the Millman Center, November 15th.

***Also remember, Anne Is collecting Hobb's UPCs so we can purchase more batting for the Guild at a discount.***


Doreen announced that she has spoke to the Hotel about next year's Retreat and if all are in agreement, she would like to propose a motion for the Guild to pay a $500 deposit for next year. A motion was made, seconded and approved  to return to the Continental next year and to pay the deposit. The probable dates would be October 19th-22nd.

The meeting was adjourned and followed by members of CASA  explaining their organizations purpose, advocating for foster children. In Cape May and Cumberland County there are over 1000 children in foster care. Presently, CASA has about 500 volunteers, but their goal by 2020, is to have a volunteer for each child. They are making strides. They encouraged anyone interested to take the course and get certified, it is a "very satisfying" experience. The "Parade" consisted of 83 quilts. Way to go ladies!

***Our next meeting is December 14th.....our Christmas meeting. Bring your fat quarters, money, cookies and gift bag if participating.

Respectfully Submitted,

Beverly T, Secretary

Monday, November 14, 2016

Monday, October 31, 2016

Janet Blackmore's Memorial Service Information

The Memorial Service For our dear friend and quilter Janet Blackmore is Firday November 4 2016 at 11:00 am at Frist Assembly of God Church, 1068 seashore rd Cape May NJ

Sunday, October 30, 2016

November Thanksgiving Dinner Meeting!

Hi everyone!

Our thanksgiving dinner meeting is November 9th, remember we meet early at 6:00pm!! 

There were sign up sheets at the last few meetings, if you were like me and didn't remember to sign up for a specific item, bring something to share anyway. There's always a big delicious spread you don't wanna miss because we're all awesome cooks!!!

Looking forward to the parade of charity quilts and a nice meal together!!  Don't forget your charity quilt too!!

Remember 6:00pm at the Millman on Wednesday November 9th!!


Saturday, October 22, 2016

Sad News to Share....

 We have received news that Janet Blackmore has passed away. We will share any further info here and fb in the coming days as we receive it. Rest in peace Janet. 

Monday, June 27, 2016

Open Sewing at the Millman this Summer!!

 Good news!!

We're approved to use the Millman Center on Weds July 6th and 20th, August 3rd and 17th and Sept 21st. We'll be sewing in the large room from 9:30 - 4:00. 

Come for as long as you would like and work on any sewing project you choose. 

Bring your own snacks, lunch  and drink. 

Thank you Joey for scheduling this time for us!!

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Recipe to share from June's meeting!!!

Strawberry Banana Frozen Yogurt Bites
1 smart point WW

24 “Nilla wafers
2(5.3) containers strawberry banana or strawberry greek yogurt
1/2 C dised fresh bananas
1/2 C diced fresh strawberries
24 Fresh strawberry slices(8 berries)
24 mini paper liners

  1. Place mini paper liners into each cup of a mini muffin tin, push wafer into the bottom of each liner.
  2. In bowl combine the 2 containers of yogurt with the bananas and diced strawberries, stir oil combined. Spoon the yogurt into the tins, place strawberry slice on top freeze for 3 hours.

Shared by Judy H.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Meeting Minutes for May 2016 and June's Meeting Date is Moved

The meeting was called to order by our President, Doreen Dever. There were 43 members present. Four guests were introduced. Diana's friend, Sue Jackson, Dee's sister, Irene, Inge Laine's daughter, Tracy from Nevada and Joey's granddaughter, Kaia .

Karen Mc Clennen, Treasure, reported a balance of $XXXX and that our membership remains at 56.                                                                                                                             
Doreen announced that we received a thank you note from Cape May County Animal Shelter for our on going donation of animal beds. They are appreciated. Thanks ladies.                                                                                                                                                              


NAME BADGE: $2.25 was collected by Sonja.                                         CHARITY: Anne announced that we need more charity quilts.                         PHOTOGRAPHY: Danielle reminded us to pick up our Show & Tell pictures on the side table.
SUNSHINE: Flossie was happy to report, " no report".
WAYS & MEANS: No report.                                                         REFRESHMENT: Joyce announced providers for the next meeting.
BLOG: No report. 
PROGRAM: Diane reminded us of the Jelly Roll Race Saturday, EMay 21st at the Green Creek Fire Hall, 9am-4pm.  She also reminded all those participating in the Masterpiece Challenge, that
they should have exchanged their quarters tonight and their Masterpieces are due next meeting for judging.                                                                                                                                            Diane Dunwoodie also said the Committee has approached two speakers for 2017, in light that you have to plan that far ahead to schedule these types of speakers. (It will also help out next years' Committee and hopefully, they will pay it forward).
The first speaker is Michelle Hiatt from She would speak at our September 13th meeting and do a workshop the next day, September 14th. The second speaker is Jane E.Hamilton from Hopscotch Designs ( The date discussed was May  10th, with a workshop May 11th. Jane is from Kennett Square and her topic is how to create your own quilt designs.
Michelle Hiatt was approved by the group, while Jane Hamilton was deferred, so people could access her web page, to see if there was enough interest in the topic. 
Doreen started that Judy, Kathy and Diane Maguire were collecting deposits due tonight for our Retreat to Lancaster, October 20th-23rd. Booklets with directions were handed out to those planning to attend and if there are any questions, please call Doreen or Bernie. Doreen also reminded us the balance owed is due at the September meeting, depending on your number of roommates
Flossie did look into acquiring CAMACO tote bags and cardigans. The totes are $20 and come with red or blue handles, I believe. The cardigans are $25 and come in white, gray navy or pink. She had a sample to try on. If interested, let her know (she prefers cash).
Doreen again challenged us to participate in the Battle of the Guilds in the Pillow Case Race for Cancer. It will be held at the Hammonton Fire Hall, September 11th. Remember, kits will be provided, you just have to bring your "weapons" (sewing machines, sergers, irons, etc.). Game prizes,trophies and refreshments provided.                                                           

Clare also reminded us she needs all entries for the Cold Spring Show by June 25th at the latest. Entry forms were available on the side table.

Doreen also made available business cards from the new fabric store in Vineland, A Fabric Outlet and Gifts. They do offer a 10% discount for Guild members. Eleanor added that JoAnn's and Pin Cushion also gives 10% discounts to Guild members.

An announcement was made that the Cape May Garden Club's Show would be held Saturday, May 13th.

Bernie had chances for OBATS quilt to be raffled off soon.

Due to the fact that the Millman Center  will be needed by the Township the night of our June meeting, we will meet the following week, June 15th, at our regular time.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:45, followed by Show & Tell.
Diane Dunwoodie then instructed us on how to make a three dimensional block. It was fun and easier than originally thought.

Respectfully Submitted,
Beverly Tyler, Secretary

South Shore Stitchers Bus Trip to Oaks Quilt Extravaganza

COST:  $38.00

South Shore Stitchers invites you and your guest to join a wonderful group of ladies on a bus trip to the PA quilt show in Oaks, PA.

Please make your check out to South Shore Stitchers for $38.00.  When you sign up we need your phone number and where you wish to be picked up.  Your cost covers your bus fee of $22.00, bus driver tip $3.00, and admission $13.00.   The guild pays the bus fee up front and hopes to get reimbursed for this fee by filling the bus.

If you wish to sign up by mail please send your check to South Shore Stitchers, PO Box 1103, Marmora, NJ 08223.  

If you have any questions call Pat Kline at 609-390-3956 or  Juanita Boatwright at 609-204-2234.

7:30am Leave KMART in Rio Grande
8:15am Leave Shop-Rite in Marmora
8:45am Leave KMART in Vineland (now closed-park close to TD Bank)
10:30am Arrive Greater Phila. Expo Center
3:30pm Leave Greater Phila. Expo Center for dinner
4:00-4:15pm Arrive Cracker Barrel for Dinner Plymouth Meeting
5:45pm Leave Cracker Barrel for Home
8:00pm Arrive KMART in Vineland
8:30pm Arrive Shop-Rite in Marmora

9:15pm Arrive KMART in Rio Grande

Monday, May 16, 2016

June 2016 Meeting Date Change

Hear ye, hear ye....

Lower Township needs to use the Millman Center on our regular June meeting date, so our meeting is changed to the following Wednesday, June 15th same time.

Spread the word for those who don't have internet and facebook!!


Friday, May 13, 2016

Sewers, Start Your Engines!!! Jelly Roll Races May 21st!

Here's a note about the Jelly Roll Race for guild members on the 21st from Diane D.

Sewing machine
extra bobbins
sharp pair of scissors
40 to 42 2 1/2" by with of fabric strips
Please bring a snack to share

Bottles of water will be provided as well as paper plates napkins and forks.
Green Creek Fire House, 9 AM to 5 PM

Thursday, April 28, 2016

April 2016 Meeting Minutes

The meeting was called to order by our President, Doreen D at 7pm at the Millman Center.

      Doreen announced that Bev will try to send the minutes out as an email, hopefully making it easier for all to open in the future.

Karen reported a balance of $XXXXXX. She also reported that we have two new members, Katherine W and Jacklyn B for a total of 56 members. Karen also shared a tip she learned on storing quilts. You should fold them inside out so the folds fall on the wrong side of the quilt.


     Name Badge: Barbara asked if everyone had signed in. There were 35 members present.

     Charity: The Committee did purchase batting to be used for charity quilts, however, it has not been cut. Let Doreen know how much you need. Anne L also reported that there was fabric and dog beds to be filled on the front table.

      Photography: Danielle reported that there were Show and Tell pictures on the side table for pickup.

     Program: The night's"table program" was on Appliqué. Stations were set up on different hand and machine techniques, presented by Gail, Elena, Inge Laine, Peggy and Margareta.( It was enjoyed by all. Thanks.)

     Sunshine: Flossie "nothing to report". (That's a good thing)

     Ways and Means: The drawing tonight " The Surprise", was a hand made bag with a WaWa gift card enclosed.

     Refreshments: Diane read the refreshment assignment for the next meeting. It was noted that Maria and Joey may not be attending. Diane will follow up with an email or telephone call.

     Blog: The items needed to participate in May's program, will be posted on the Blog. Denise also explained, for those who were curious, the difference between a Blog and Facebook.


     Doreen reminded us that the York Quilt Show is May 20-21st and the Cold Spring Show, June 25-26th. She also reminded us that a $75 deposit for our Retreat, October 20th-23rd, is due next meeting, along with the forms for possible roommates which Doreen handed out.


     Flossie stated that several people inquired about the CAMACO tote she took on the Lancaster  Quilt Show trip. She told us that the Guild sold them years ago and if there was interest, she would get pricing. Shirley said they also sold sweatshirt type jackets, so Flossie will get pricing for both.

     Doreen announced that on September 11th, Conquer Cancer will hold their "Pillowcase Battle" at  the Hammonton Fire Hall, on the White House Pike, between 11am-3pm. She would like us to join the other Guilds and attend this friendly challenge for a good cause. You have to bring your sewing machine, iron, mat, tools, etc. but, kits, refreshments, raffles, prizes and "lots of laughs" are provided. Let's GO TEAM CAMACO!!!

     Sorry the AccuQuilt demonstration was "lost" in communication. Hopefully, it can be demonstrated at the May meeting.

     The meeting was adjourned at approximately 7:50 pm, followed by Show & Tell and the program on Appliqué.

Respectfully Submitted,
Beverly T, Secretary

Friday, April 15, 2016

May 2016 Meeting Supplies

Here is a list of supplies needed for May's meeting if you would like to participate at the meeting.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

March 2016 Meeting Minutes

The meeting was called to order by our President, Doreen D at 7pm, at the Millman Center. There were two guests, Jacklyn B with Connie A and Irene K with Shirley H. Irene was a former member.  I thanked Denise for “cleaning up” my minutes for the Blog and pledged to conquer the computer in order to get the minutes out each month.                                                                                

Karen M, our Treasurer, reported a balance of $3134.27.


CHARITY: There were one dog bed and several totes completed and additional dog beds were available to fill.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Denise took pictures at the meeting for Danielle, who was not present. 

                                                                                                                                         PROGRAM: Diane D announced that there would be instructions for the Challenge on the Blog. They will be judged at the June meeting and displayed at the Cold Spring Show, June 25th and 26th.  

Diane also announced that there would be a Jelly Roll Race, 9am-4pm, May 21st at the Green Creek Fire Hall. You will need 40-42 strips of 2” material. We will make the “string” in the AM and “race” after we break for lunch. There will be prizes awarded for 1st and 2nd place. Diane also encouraged anyone interested in quilting these quilts for Charity (especially those with long arms) to sign up on a sheet she made available.

SUNSHINE: Flossie did not send out any cards this month, but reminded us that the Lancaster Quilt Show bus trip, with South Shore Stitchers, is March 19th. Space available, see Flossie.

WAYS & MEANS: A drawing was held for 17 fat quarters. Inge K was the lucky winner.

OLD BUSINESS: Doreen reminded us that Judy H has the signup sheet for our Retreat to Lancaster, October 20th-23rd. A deposit of $75 is due at the May meeting. She also reminded us that the Garden Patch Quilt Show at Wheaton Village is March 17th-20th.

NEW BUSINESS: The OBATS Quilt Guild (in particular, Donna) donated an extra AccuQuilt to CAMACO, along with multiple dies. Bernie will be the “keeper” and anyone can use it by signing it out with her. The dies available will be listed in the Blog. While out shopping, if you see a die we do not have, for a reasonable price, buy it and the Guild will reimburse you. It was suggested that we have a demonstration on its use, which will be done next month. 

Bernie also announced that there will be a quilt show at York College, May 20th-21st. If anyone is interested in entering or attending, a printout was available with details.  

Clare announced that this years the Cold Spring Quilt Show will have a Junior Category for those 15 years old or younger, to encourage young quilters. Registration is $10 and includes admission to Cold Spring Village, the Show and Sunday Brunch.  

Flossie announced that the Senior Center in Court House wants to donate remnants to our dog beds. She will connect them to Anne L on Charity.  A program was presented by our first “table group” on binding widths, a quick way to make binding with a fat quarter, binding with a flange, bias strips, how to make a diagonal seam when ending binding and the use of glue. 

The meeting was adjourned at 7:45pm, followed by a short Show& Tell.

The next meeting is April 13th at 7pm at the Millman Center in the Villas.   

Respectfully Submitted, Beverly Tyler, Secretary

Friday, March 4, 2016

February 2016 Meeting's Minutes

The meeting was called to order by our President, Doreen D at 7pm. There were no guests.
Karen reported a balance of  $XXXXX1 in our Treasury. She also reported that we have two new members, for a total membership of 54. Our max is 60.

In response to the emailed January minutes, there were two corrections. One, our Facebook page is CAMACOQUILTGUILDPUBLIC and second, the bus for the South Shore’s Lancaster trip is leaving from the Kmart parking lot.

Committee Reports:
Name Badge: Sonja collected $ 3.75 in “fines” from those without a name badge. The fee is 25 cents. Any name badge will do, but we do have a paper piecing pattern specific for our Guild. See Bev if interested.

Charity: Anna showed a couple of charity quilts and suggested we could make totes to go with our quilts. She has made up several “kits” and were available on a side table.
 Photography: Danielle reported pictures from the previous meetings would be available at the March meeting. Remember to step aside after Show & Tell to have your picture taken and to show your pretty faces!                                        

 Program: Diane reported the Committee almost has the whole year planned. She introduced a " Masterpiece Challenge”. It will consist of teams of 4 and will be based upon a piece of Art. The rules will be posted online and             should be completed by June, in time for display at the Cold Spring's Show. 

A Jelly Roll Race will be held in May and the Committee is asking anyone interested in helping to quilt these, for donation to CASA in November, please contact Diane Dunwoodie to signup.
Sunshine: Flossie announced she sent 2 cards this month. One to Janet Blackmore and one to Kerry. Once Janet is well enough, she would like too return to our meetings, but will need a ride from Court House.                                     
Ways and Means: Eileen sold raffle tickets for 2 gift baskets.
Refreshments: Joyce announced who had refreshments for the March meeting and she will followup with and email reminder.

Social Media: No report.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Old Business: Doreen reminded us that the South Shore’s bus trip to the Lancaster Quilt Show is March 19th. The bus will leave from the Rio Grande Kmart parking lot at 7am and will return around 9pm. They will be stopping at Cracker Barrel for dinner on the way home. Checks should be made out to South Shore Stitchers for $37 and given to Flossie.                                                                                                                  
 Doreen also reminded us that Judy Hewitt has a signup sheet for anyone thinking about going on our Retreat to Lancaster , October 20th-23rd, 2016.  A deposit of $75 is due in May and the balance, in September.             

New Business:  Doreen presented Helen Ernst a “thank you” gift from the Guild for serving as our President for the past 2 years.             
A motion was also made and seconded, for the Guild to buy another roll of batting to be used for charity quilts. It carried unanimously.

Our next meeting will be March 9th, at  7pm at the Millman Center.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:50pm and we all enjoyed Show & Tell, along with refreshments.

Respectfully Submitted,
Beverly Tyler, Secretary

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

2016 Guild Challenge

Masterpiece Challenge

This challenge is a celebration of the great artists and the masterpieces they have created that we all honor and revere today in our museums and art galleries, along with honoring our own love of quilting and the masterpieces we create with our hands.

All those wishing to participate must form into groups of 4.

You will choose a masterpiece painting to everyone’s liking.
Photo copy the image 5 times.  Each person in the group should receive a copy and the 5th copy which needs to be approximately 14”x20” should be cut into 4 equal size pieces.  You can do this any way you like. Give one of the 4 equal pieces to each member of the group.

Duplicate your section as accurately as possible using the same colors and shapes etc.  You must do this four times so that each member of the group will receive a piece.  

When all pieces are done you will keep one and give the other three to the other members of your group.  

Sew the 4 sections you received from the other members together and  quilt, use borders to "frame", bind and add your quilt label to finish your masterpiece and make it your own.

 Step back and admire your masterpiece!

There will be an unveiling at the June meeting and a first, second, and third prize ribbon awarded by a vote from the membership.  

We will put them on display at the Cold Spring Fiber Festival at the end of the month.

Good luck and relax and enjoy the challenge!

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

January 2016 Meeting Minutes

The meeting was called to order by our new president, Doreen , who welcomed everyone  to a new year. She introduced the other new officers: Vice President, Bernie, Treasurer, Karen and Secretary, Bev T.
There were 41 members present and a guest, Meryl, who plans to join.
Karen reported a balance of $XXXX in our Treasury.

Committee Reports:
Name Badge:  Barbara W and Sonja  H collected tonight.
Charity:  The committee is open to suggestions. We will continue to do CASA quilts and cat and dog pillows. There will be the same incentive drawling as before. It was suggested to have a set Charity Sew Day each month to work on projects. Shirley H, Inge L, Dee T, Anna L and Karen Tare part of that Committee.
Photography:  Danielle  C had no report, but Doreen suggested after showing your Show and Tell item, to step aside, have your picture taken with face showing and leave your project  displayed, so members can see them up close later.
Program:  Mary Lou P said the Committee is open to suggestions. Inge K and Diane D are also part of that Committee.
Sunshine:  Flossie S reported that Janet B is an assissted living facility. Cards would be appreciated.
Ways and Means:  Eileen I thanked everyone for donating fat quarters for prizes for Bingo tonight. Gail B and Clare J are also on that Committee.
Refreshments: Joyce H gave assignments for next month's meeting and will follow up with an email. Diane D is also a part of that Committee.
Blog (new committee):  Helen E reported we now have a Facebook page...CAMACOQUILT GUILDPUBLIC. Denise B is also on that Committee.

Old Business: The Lancaster Retreat is Thursday, October 20th to Sunday, October 23rd 2016. It will be held at the Continental again with the OBATS (Bernie's sisters' Guild). The arrangements will be similar to previous Retreats. Bernie will be teaching a design by Debbie Maddy, called Josephine's Knot. A tentative signup sheet was available. A deposit will be due in May. Doreen, Judy H, Diane M and Kathy B are on the planning committee.
                          Our required liability insurance was renewed and a donation to the Millman Center was made. 

New Business: Garden Patch Quilt Guild Show is March 12th-13th at Wheaton Village in Millville.             
                           South Shore Stitchers are having a bus trip to the Lancaster Quilt Show March 19th. The cost is $37, which includes admission, the bus and tip for the driver. I believe the bus will have a stop at the Acme in Court House. Checks can be made out to South Shore Stitchers and given to Flossie.
                            Clare J announced that Cold Spring Village is having a presentation by Kathy Tweed (South Shore Stitchers) titled Historical Quilting. The admission is free and light refreshments will be served.
                            A Bylaws change was suggested by Doreen to change officer nominations from October to September and voting from November to October. This will give more time for the old and new officers to complete the transition before the Holiday. A motion was made and seconded and passed unanimously.
Doreen also read a Thank You note from CARA for our quilt donations in December and they invited us to join their Coffee Hour at Dino's Diner, January 20th at 9:30 am, for an informational meeting.
Dues, in the amount of $30 were collected for the year.
Our next meeting will be February 10th at the Millman Center at 7pm.
The meeting was adjourned and we all enjoyed Show and Tell, Quilt Bingo and refreshments.
Respectfully Submitted,
Beverly T

Monday, January 11, 2016

Reminders for January's 2016 meeting!

Camaco has conducted it's first board and committee meeting for 2016. The program and ways & means committees have planned a demo and Quilto Bingo for January's meeting, BUT there's a change in how it will be conducted this year. There will be a .50 cent charge for each bingo card or you can purchase 3/$1.00.  Please bring your spare change with you to buy your bingo cards!        

Fat quarters will not be used to buy bingo cards this time.   Prizes will be awarded to winners!! 

Also, 2016 dues are due by January 31, 2016, please bring your payment of $30 to the meeting or send it with a friend if you won't be there!

Please tell your friends that don't have email about this notice!

Friday, January 1, 2016

December 2015 Meeting Minutes

Meeting started: December 9, 2015 7:00pm

Attendance: 43

Treasurer’s report: $XXXXX


  • Charity  Margareta proudly shared that we donated 127 dog beds to local animal shelters, 77 quilts to CASA and 20 assorted items to the Christ Child Society this year. What a generous guild we are!

  • Photography-  Anna reminded everyone there are pictures from previous meetings out, so take your pictures home with you!

  • Program-  Gail thanked Bev for playing Santa and providing the entertainment and gift exchange for this year’s Christmas celebration.

  • Sunshine - We are sorry to report that Connie A’s Mom passed away. 

This meeting: We exchanged gifts and cookies to celebrate Christmas! A fun time for everyone!

New Business: Denise proposed we add a Blog Committee to our committees so that we can continue sharing our awesomeness and information worthy of sharing with each other on social media. It was met with no opposition and was added to our  guild committees  list for sign up.

Next meetings notes:  Membership dues are due by January 31, 2016! Please bring your dues with you to the meeting in January or send them with a friend so you can maintain your membership to our fun guild!

Signing off for the last time!  Looking forward to the journey with new leaders, Peace and Happy New Year!