Dear Huntington Quilters,
When I first started quilting, I was so in awe of how welcoming quilters were and how willing they are to help you in any way that they can. Seventeen years later, I still feel that way. I have loved being a member of this guild and serving on the board. Thank you so much for my beautiful hat lady blocks which will always remind me of all of you and which I will treasure forever, and for your generosity with the donations for the troops and the books for the hospital. I want to thank you most of all for your friendship. Some of you have become my true friends and some of you are acquaintances but you have all touched my life in a wonderful way. I will miss you all very much and I promise to visit and show you the completed hat lady quilt. My address is in the roster. Please feel free to call me and stop in if you are in South Carolina!
Our July and August meetings will be held at the Conklin barn, 2 High Street in Huntington. There is limited parking available at the barn, otherwise, there is on-street parking or you can park in the municipal lots in Huntington Village. Car pooling is encouraged!
July 7th – 7 – 9 pm
August 4 – 7 – 9 pm
Thank you to all of you who helped make our June party such a special celebration! For those of you who were not able to attend, we made the decision at the meeting to amend our meeting schedule. We will NOT have a meeting in January, and will now have formal meetings in July and August. A vote was taken to make this change in the meeting schedule, and there was an almost unanimous agreement to take this step. For this year, we will not be able to meet at the Lutheran Church in July and August. Lucie Blohm has arranged for the guild to use The Conklin Barn, which is located on New York Avenue across from Appliance World in Huntington Village. There is parking for about 20 cars (carpooling would be a good idea). There is street parking (no meters) and there are municipal lots not too far away. The meetings will be held on July 7 and August 4 from 7 – 9 pm.
The evening was bittersweet, as we wished Gilma our very best on her move to North Carolina. We are not saying goodbye, since we know Gilma will be back to visit, and who knows, maybe a guild road trip to Murrell’s Inlet could be arranged! Laura Catlan organized a hat block party for Gilma to remember us all by. Each hat was special and beautiful and conveyed something unique about the maker.
Last, but certainly not least, we thanked our outgoing board members and committee chairs, and welcomed the new!
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For the Party: if your name begins with A – L, bring an appetizer, and M-Z, bring dessert.
We are NOT doing fat quarters at this meeting.
This message is from Rosy and Bette, our new membership chairs:
Dear Huntington Quilter,
We will be serving as your Membership Committee for the upcoming two years. We would like to let you know a few important items before our final meeting of the season.
Renew your membership for 2015-16 now! You can do so by printing out the Membership Renewal Form and bringing your completed form along with your dues check for $30, payable to Huntington Quilters, to our June 2 dinner meeting.
If you prefer to renew by mail, you may do so prior to the September meeting by printing the form, and mailing the completed form along with your dues check for $30 to Rosy Mandel, 6 Princess Court, Greenlawn, NY 11740.
Finally, we will be including member photos in our directory this year. So please bring your best smile to the June meeting where we will be taking your photo
Look for us at the Membership table at our June 2 dinner meeting to
- renew your membership by handing in your completed form along with your $30 check
- smile for the camera so we can include your photo in our 2015-16 member directory.
We look forward to seeing you at our June 2 dinner meeting!
Rosy Mandel and Bette Ingoglia
May Watson will be giving a lecture on her fabulous collage pictures.
Please remember to bring books to give to Gilma for the hospital.
The fat quarter of the month is “bright and happy”. Hope you all fee this way after the glorious weather this weekend!