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December 11, 2018 SVP Mtg

Preliminary Minutes (pending approval):


Welcome guest Willie Karlou

A pot luck dinner was enjoyed by all. Many good cooks in our guild. After stuffing ourselves, meeting was opened by President Vrooman.

Officers report:

Secretaries REVISED Report: motion to accept Ron  seconded by Betsy all approved

Treasurers report: $503.80 in checking and $1551.02 in savings total of $2064.90 motion to approve by Betsy and seconded by Joan all approved

Old Business :  There was a problem with the check from Hall of Fame. Check will be re sent

Report on snowman made by some of our members for Miracle on Main Street. Ginny wanted to thank everyone who participated, Barbara Rau, Kathy Livingston,Sharon Vrooman, and Ron for being the cutter.  Ginny was contacted about auctioning off the snowman with proceeds to go to the local food pantry.  All agreed it was a good idea.  Mrs. K Kitchen won first prize.

Sharon reminded everyone  that batting was available for your charity quilts due in April. It is upstairs at the church.

2020 Project:  Kathy said that she hoped to send in finished blocks a soon as possible. Anyone needing help should contact Kathy.

New Business: Willie Karlou came as a representative of the Middleburgh Rod and Gun Club looking for volunteers to make a hanging sleeve for a quilt  make in honor of Larry Strack that will be hung in the Rod and Gun club. Ron said he will put a sleeve on the quilt.

Quilt and Craft shows  None 

Reminder that The Patchworks in Windham will be holding their big Jan. sale, date to be announced.

Name tag drawing:  Ron won and now there is no excuse not to get organized

Program committee:  There were 48 pillowcases donated to be given to Catholic Charities. Stephanie L. will deliver them.

BOM handed out  toad in a puddle pattern

Program for January is Trapunto and Candle Wicking

Show and Tell  Ron  BOM, Ginny BOM, Emily BOM, Betsy BOM mystery design ,Sandi unfinished projects given to her by others, Joan BOM and pink baby quilt for her niece, Cheryl a beautiful snowflake, Kathy a quilt made from the blocks given to her as outgoing president. Kathy said that the pattern was TESSELATED. Perhaps Kathy can do a program using this idea, Sharon V BOM and her 2020 block.

Meeting adjourned

SVP members had their Christmas party this month with delicious food & desserts; and then show & tell.


Sorry for the blurrier than normal



to be donated

Show & Tell


Kathy's quilt - made with blocks she received from each member in appreciation for being SVP President --

Sept. 2015 thru June 2017


Block of the Month

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