Country Patchwork Quilt Guild
P O Box 365—Marshall MO 65340
Volume 26 Issue 9
From the President
Well what can I say!!!!! It was a wonderful show. Our thanks to
Norma Jeane, Beth and everyone else that helped in any way. I heard
nothing but good reports. Remember to get your reservations to Karen
for the luncheon. It will be back at the church. I delivered the quilt
to Cindy B in Norborne on Monday, she was delighted.
See you at the luncheon!!!! Marlyn
September Friendship Block Drawing—Norma Jeane F
Friendship Quilt Winner! Despite the fact that I'm up to my elbows in Quilt Show I'm happy my name was drawn. It has given me a break and I'm excited to have my Guild friends help me make a quilt. I've chosen a very easy pattern and will furnish the fabric. The blocks are small and the pieces are big, so feel free to take several to complete. Those of you who know me know that I like to put my quilts on steroids....my goal for this one is 169 blocks. Surprise, though! There are no brights, no batiks, and no 30's!
For those who don't know me....I have been a Guild member for about 12 years and enjoy being with such an inspiring, creative group. When I am not quilting I enjoy traveling, decorating, miniatures, going to museums and art galleries, working in the yard, playing string bass in the Marshall Philharmonic, and being a Missouri Valley College drum line groupie. My least favorite domestic chore is cooking. For 32 years I've been married to Charles, who teaches at Mo Val, and I have a son, Bob Libbey, who lives in KC. I'm happily retired from teaching! Thank you.
October Program this month is our annual Luncheon—
See you at the church at Noon.
2015 Quilt Show
Viewer’s Choice Winners:
Large Quilt—Norma Jeane F, Metamorphosis
Small Quilt—Dolly K, My Darling Sweetheart
Crazy/Art Quilt—Kathryn J, Blue Delight
Wall Hangings—Norma Jeane F, Primitive Stars
Opportunity Quilt Winner—Cindy B, Norborne
If I weren't so totally exhausted I would have something prepared about the quilt show to put in the newsletter! All I can say is a big "THANK YOU! to everyone in the Guild who helped produce a great show. I haven't gotten the final figures, totals, or summaries but by the next meeting/luncheon we should have that to report. Thanks again, everyone!
Country Patchwork Quilt Guild
September Treasurer’s Report
(see emailed newsletter for financial information)
CPQG BOARD MEETING
September 8, 2015
President Marlyn called the meeting to order, with Charlene, Gayle, Betty, Paula, Bobbie Jo, Donna, Norma Jeane, Kathy, and Beth present.
Minutes were approved as read.
Treasurer’s report approved as printed in the newsletter.
Quilt Show-everything going as planned, veterans receiving a Quilt of Valor are bringing items to display from their military career. We need some Coast Guard items to display, his items were stolen.
Betty-advertising brought in a Boonslick magazine as an example of Poole Advertising; Poole printing did our 4-folds for less than Green’s. Missouri Life had an ad for the show. The radio ad is on this week. Radio station will do an interview with Norma Jeane tomorrow at 1:00pm. KC Star ad in Sept. 20th issue.
Still need a quilt show chairman for 2016
Charlene needs some membership cards-may have enough for the 2016 year but not sure, ordered from Green’s. She received a $181.92 bill for the Guild’s website.
Mary Vale J passed away, do we want to purchase a book for her memorial, will put in the Marshall Library.
Marty, Norma Jeane, Bobbie Jo went to the State Fair sold $103.00 and 4 cookbooks. Kathryn and Marty sold $44.00 worth of tickets at the Columbia Guild. Betty sold $35.00 at the Kiwanis. We could use a rolling cart to haul the raffle quilt to the different places.
The October meeting will be our Luncheon, it starts at Noon and is $11.00 per person. It will be held at Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Motion to adjourn, second and passed.
October 17 is Sweetest Day. Do something nice for someone today, something that will make him or her say, "Oh, that's so sweet!" Annually, it is the third Saturday in October.
All articles for the newsletter can be submitted as soon as possible or at least be submitted by the 25th to:
Paula S—Contact information can be found in your membership handbook.
CPQG REGULAR MEETING
September 8, 2015
President Marlyn opened the meeting welcoming our guest Donna C.
Minutes and Treasurer’s report as printed in the Newsletter were approved.
Programs-Luncheon is Oct 13 at 12:00 at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, $11.00 per person. Please notify Karen by Oct 1, if you are coming.
Sunshine-Marlyn thanked everyone for her cards.
Historian-Mary Pat asked people for newspaper articles.
Library-hopefully we will be back at the church by Oct., Nov. at the latest. Taking orders for calendars for 2016.
Charity-received some blocks for charity. They have quilts that need labels sewn on.
Friendship block-Kathy handed hers out. Paula collected hers, Norma Jeane for Nov.
Quilt Show- everything is coming together. We will still need some telescopic frames for the show, make sure your name is on every piece. You will be provided a name tag at the Quilt show. We need homemade cookies for the fraternity guys Thursday and Sunday night. Marlyn will be presenting the Quilts of Valor at the Show. The Quilts will be presented at 4:30pm on Sunday; Veterans are free on Sunday only. Children under 12 get in free.
Door Prize drawing-Alisa, Kathryn, Larry, Dorothy, Kathleen.
Karen said the workshop was great but the supply list was over kill and we didn’t need everything listed.
Taking orders for Fons & Porter magazines.
Gayle, Linda, and Christie are on the nominating committee.
Bonnie Hunter’s trunk show and workshop is on Sept 20.
We are an affiliate of the Marshall Tourism that helps pay for our advertising bills in areas that are 50 miles or more from Marshall. Poole Advertising helps with the printing.
Gina Hare is giving a class on repairing and maintenance on your vintage sewing machine 1960 or earlier, $19.00 a class at the Saline County Career Center. Quilter’s Harvest is also doing classes on Featherweight repair and maintenance. AQS paid us $150.00 to advertise Quilt Week at Des Moines, Iowa, in our Show Book. Oct 23 & 24 is Quilt Show at Lees Summit.
If you haven’t signed up for food on Friday, Sept 25, see Christie.
Show-n-Tell was presented.
Next meeting is Oct. 13 Luncheon. It starts at 12:00pm
Program was a trunk show presented by Shirley Guier.
Respectfully, Donna R, Secretary
Oct 13 CPQG Annual Luncheon, Noon, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1000 S Miami, Marshall, MO. Cost is $11.
Oct 23-24 Lee’s Summit Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show, Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, 4725 NE Lakewood Way, Lee’s Summit, MO. For more info go to www.LSQG.blogspot.com
Oct 29-Nov 1 International Quilt Festival, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX.