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call display) I hope I can be for her what she
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
, 51 Catharine Cres.
Barb, Dianne, Sylvia and Mary Lou
Their fiscal management was exceptional;
, 1059 West Black Lake Rd.
they never used the funds set out for them in
the budget. Organizing the programs, that
take half of the meeting time, is a lot of work.
Contacting speakers, doing follow ups, finding
venues and making sure our meeting place is
set up the right way and that everything works
, who has reorganized the Library
and also took on the outreach (cuddle quilt)
hat, has done a fantastic job. She spent many
This will be the last message you will have
hours cataloging and cross referencing all the
read this the executive is changing and I
interesting material for the members to read.
will hand the presidency over to the very
She willingly took in many banana boxes of
capable hands and mind of Shirley Ann
fabrics for the cuddle quilt production.
Although she did not crack the whip as hard
At this time I would like to thank all the
as Wendy B
., because of her preparations
she was able to milk many cuddle quilts out of
When I started my term I was willing but
new and inexperienced. Sylvia
Then there is Marta
, our secretary, capable
available for consults and only a phone call
The last two years there was Shirley Ann
mind than mine. She reads the fine print
also is the chair for the Quilt Show and
and is soothing at the same time. A quick
phone call to make decisions was always answered with “Yes Marianne” (she has
You would hardly notice her, but Eleanor
everything is up to date and is an amazing
is right on top of our finances.
Very smart and soft spoken, she keeps the
guild financially healthy with her actions
Last but not least there is our sunshine lady.
If you have ever had reason to receive a card
from the guild, it was Tina Bax
has done an amazing job
and sent the card expressing sympathy or
All these ladies have helped to run the guild
for all the members. Because of their work
To be able to access this on line is the
work of Dianne Gronfors
. The website
entertained. The guild functions because we
work together, without this teamwork it would
not be possible. Thank you so much for the
hours to set this up and will stay on as our
photographer, Wendy Beverly
who has internet access is now able to see
PROGRAM UP DATES
the latest news, programs, workshops and
Submitted by Barb Colburn & Dianne Gronfors
has been our membership
Orphan Blocks - what to do with them - ideas
chair for four years, she keeps track of
quiet way contributes a lot to the executive.
goodies if Wilma
did not organize the
“goody list”. I think Wilma has done this at
small it was fairly simple, but with over 100
often for people to volunteer to bring snacks and follows this up with a phone
QUILT SHOW 2008
call to remind you. She lugs the “Box”, with
necessities to every meeting. She brings
June 20th. & 21st. 2008
Tell” and is always ready to take on extra
Remember we will need lots of quilts and
Sue Mc Callum
takes care of the archives;
she keeps an inventory of programs,
workshops, photographs, secretarial notes and financial reports. She makes sure
SLATE OF OFFICIERS – 2008/9
Past Chairperson – Marianne Meeuwisse
February and March as Cuddle Quilts are in
If you are interested - the Muskoka Quilting
will be participating in the Northcott quest for
a cure Quilt block challenge. Lydia will be
carrying the complete line in both color ways.
Hospitality – VACANT
It will be in the store soon with entry forms
See the store for details on this quest.
– Barb Coburn, Mary Lou
The ABCs of aging
2 VACANT POSITIONS
E is for eyesight, can't read that top line!
Contribute in some small measure in return
for the benefits of membership in the Guild
G is for gas which I'd rather not mention.
H is high blood pressure--I'd rather it be low,
I is for incisions with scars you can show.
J is for joints, out of socket, won't mend,
Plan for the future activities and direction of
K is for knees that crack when they bend.
M is for memory, I forget what comes next.
enthusiastically held office for one or more
O is for osteo, the bones that don't grow!
P is for prescriptions, I have quite a few,
just give me a pill and I'll be good as new!
think would do a good job as a member of
S is for sleepless nights, counting my fears,
T is for Tinnitus; there's bells in my ears!
You are invited to respond by e-mail to me
U is for urinary; big troubles with flow,
V is for vertigo, that's "dizzy," you know.
W is for worry, NOW what's going 'round? X is for X- ray, and what might be found. Y is another year I'm left here behind, Z is for zest that I still have -- in my mind. I've survived all the symptoms, my body's
doctors fully employed!!! Author Unknown
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