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Quilt Scraps January 2022

PRESIDENTS’ LETTER

Happy New Year 2022! We hope your holidays were wonderful and full of quilting! As we look forward to our New Year, I would like to thank all the Board Members from 2021 for their hard work under very challenging circumstances to bring us through 2021 with flying colors and a terrific Holiday Party to end the year. Thank you to Mary Jo Ewing, Stephanie Swadell, Kris Doan, Rena Hernandez, Claudia Mc- Graw, Patti Rusk, Linda Kelly, Susie Skolnich, and Marge Siirila for all your hard work and support of our guild. We look forward to moving into 2022 with our new board members, Susan Stanchfield, CeCe Blankenship, Mary Jo Ewing, Kris Doan, Rena Hernandez, Jeanette Blackburn, Phyllis Lewcock, Ellen Pankuch, Carol Brega, Va- lerie Meyers and Dana Lovelace. We appreciate your willingness to serve the guild.

It has been two challenging years, but now that we are back to in-person meetings and activities, we will be asking you to renew your membership in the best quilt guild ever. Our membership year begins March 1, so you will need to have your renewal completed by the March meeting.

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Quilt Scraps December 2021

PRESIDENTS’ LETTER

Happy Thanksgiving to all our quilters!

I have a long list of things I am thankful for this year, and right up there at the top is our new slate of officers for 2022. We will be swearing in the following officers at our December holiday party on December 14:

President: Linda Stanwood

President Elect: Susan Stanchfield

Vice President Ways and Means: Cece Blankenship

Vice President Programs: Mary Jo Ewing

Workshops: Kris Doan, Rena Hernandez

Secretary: Phyllis Lewcock

Treasurer: Jeanette Blackburn

Membership: Carol Brega, Dana Lovelace, Valerie Myers, Ellen Pankuch

Thank you all for your willingness to serve our guild in these important roles! I am also thankful for each of you who volunteered for our various activities and committees at our last guild meeting. We had a very impressive response, and the committee chairs and myself will be in touch with each of you over the next month to talk about your interest in helping out. I am particularly pleased to report that we a sufficient number of people who volunteered to do white glove service so that we will be able to market our new opportunity quilt at Road to California.

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