Minneapolis Modern Quilt Guild December 2017 Meeting Notes

Minneapolis Modern Quilt Guild
December Meeting 2017
  1. Welcome 
  2. New Members Review and Visitors 
  3. Shriners Hospital Presentation and presenting of quilt donation 
  4. Announcements/Reminders 
    • Date of next meeting: Thursday, January 18th 
    • Reminder to bring snacks on your birthday month 
    • Volunteer Positions Needed 
      • Leadership Elections will happen in February 
      • Positions that will be open 
        • President (can be split into Co-Presidents) 
        • Secretary 
        • Welcome Committee Chair (guests/snacks/etc) 
        • Special Project Chair (challenges/Block of the Month/etc) 
    • Dakota County Star Quilters Show February 3 - March 9, 2018 at the Dakota County Historical Society Museum in S. St Paul (Challenge is to finish UFOs) 
      • Drop off quilts at January meeting, complete the registration form, Colby will take them to the show 
      • Returned at March meeting by Jan
      • Need quilts to display
      • Need 36 inches square or smaller quilts for silent auction
    • Minnesota Quilter’s Annual Quilt Show
      • Looking to have more modern quilts this year
      • Faculty is more modern-leaning as well
    • Sew in’s/Retreats/Etc.
      • Future Sewcials/Sew-in’s Etc
        • Lakes Makerie Sew-Ins
        • Wednesdays after the Guild Meeting from 7-9 PM.
        • 2121 W 21st St, Minneapolis, MN 55405
        • No charge + 10% discount for fabric sales
        • Ok to bring treats/drinks
      • 2018 Retreat (Musser Mansion, Little Falls, MN)
        • November 1-4, 2018
        • 15 spots available
        • $150 total, $50 will save your spot
  5. Committee Updates
    • Charity Committee (Jan Hanenberger)
      • Drawing held for people that have worked on charity kits
      • Quilt kits available TODAY for the DCSQ small quilt auction
      • New charity block -half square triangle
      • Always need donations of scraps/batting/blocks
      • Mobile Menders Project/House of Charity (Carrie Federer)
      • Need embroidery supplies, fabric paints
    • Speakers/Programs (Sarah Vernon)
      • Heather Jones Workshop ~ April 21, 2018 TBD on details
      • Full Day Workshop $90
      • Signups coming soon
    • Marketing/Communications (Sarah Marrone)
  6. Show and Tell - lay quilts out after showing them
  7. Secret Santa
  8. Sewcial Time


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