Meeting Minutes

WQG General Meeting Sept 2021
Meeting Minutes

September 20, 2021
via ZOOM

The meeting was called to order by President Marianne Greenley at 6:30pm.  She invited everyone to an informal gathering on Weds., Sept. 22, at 10:30am at Rood Bridge Park.  Snacks will be provided; there will also be a door prize and raffle.

It was announced that Steve Rice of Sharon’s Attic has passed away.  There will be a service at 11:00am on Saturday, Sept. 25, at Clean Water Services, 2550 SW Hillsboro Hwy.  No flowers please; donations can be made to the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration.

Joyce Greenfield noted that, since emails sent to the website addresses sometimes go to a person’s spam folder, if you didn’t get an expected response to your email, you should double-check with that person.  

Featured Speaker:

Sue Hauser introduced Kim Jamieson-Hirst of Chatterbox Quilts in Alberta, Canada, via Zoom.  She presented a slide presentation on How to Conquer Your Fear of Free Motion Quilting.  She spoke about how to choose the appropriate quilt, choosing a motif, and tools.  She suggested starting with a small project and not stippling or meandering until your skills are more developed.  She uses straight quilting lines on a curvy pattern and curvy lines on a geometric design.  Kim’s website is  Her videos can also be found on YouTube.  

Minutes of August meeting:

Marianne noted that the minutes are on the website and will stand approved unless there are comments or changes.

Programs:  Robbie Berg stated that program details can be found on the website and in the newsletter. 

  • There are two classes this coming weekend at the North Plains Senior Center.  
  • JudyQ will be teaching a tree skirt/table topper class on Oct. 30 and Dec. 4.
  • A featherweight class will be held on Nov. 6. 
  • Registration for the Cannon Beach retreat is closed.
  • The October speaker will be Krista Moser, November will be Karen Brown.


Chase Lawrence reported that the Guild has one new member, Cherryl Kuddami; two guests registered for this meeting.  She asked that members check the information in the 2022 directory for correctness.

Ways and Means:

  • Sue Nichols modeled a Guild tee shirt that is for sale on the website.  Quilt Barn Trail tees and tote bags are also available.  Contact Sue or JudyQ.
  • JudyQ Block needs a volunteer to head up sales for the raffle quilt.  Also she asked if there is interest from members in purchasing a holiday wreath from Farmington Gardens as a fundraiser.  The Guild would receive 50% of sales.

Education:  Sherry Smith

  • The Guild has received a grant from the Siegal Foundation for community education.
  • Sue Greathouse is working with Adelante Chicas to form classes.  She is looking for volunteers to mentor and prepare kits.

History, Part 5:  Jean Laswell spoke about funding for the Guild.

  • Our annual dues comprise a large part of our annual budget and are tax deductible.  Other revenue comes from the monthly mini raffle, sales of Guild merchandise, the annual Brown Bag Sale, the North Plains Garlic festival beer garden monitoring, and ticket sales from the biennial raffle quilt.
  • Amazon and Fred Meyer, through Community Rewards, will donate a portion of your purchases to the Guild.   A how-to is available in our newsletter.
  • The Guild has received grants from Hillsboro Arts and Culture, the Cultural Coalition of Washington County, the Siegel Foundation, and Washington County Visitors Association.
  • For details on how to receive a tax credit for your donation to Oregon Cultural Trust members, see  

Block of the Month:  Deborah Bolton is not available.  Next month’s block will be posted on the website and eblasted.

Facebook:  Alicia Johnson is working on the Guild Facebook group page; it will be maintained as private.

Show and Tell:  Jane Hogue submitted slides of two lovely quilts.  Patti Wightman presented a Square in a Square, and Toni Beattie a Karla Alexander pattern.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:38pm.

Next Meeting:  October 18, via Zoom.

WQG General Meeting Aug 2021
Meeting Minutes

August 16, 2021
via ZOOM

The meeting was called to order by President Marianne Greenley at 6:30 pm.

Joyce Greenfield set up a poll to choose the theme for next year’s quilt show.

Featured Speaker:

Sue Hauser introduced Meg Cox who is a journalist and quilter She is on the advisory board for the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.   The Museum was established in 1997 with an initial donation of 950 quilts by Ardis and Robert James.  The Museum now has the biggest quilt collection in the world.  Meg presented a virtual tour and reviewed the exhibits and collections.  A handout will be sent out after the meeting with links to her newsletter, a video of Ken Burns talking about his quilts, and more.

Minutes of July meeting:

Marianne noted that the minutes are on the website and will stand approved unless there are comments or changes.

Bylaws, Policies, and Standing Rules:  Marianne thanked Julie Mason, Sue Hauser, Karen Collier, Sue Nichols, and Mary Lafler for reviewing and making clarifications to these documents, which can be found on the website.

Raffle Quilt:  Marianne thanked Robbie Berg for donating it, AnnMarie Cowley for long-arming it, and Sue Nichols for binding.

Publicity:  Jean Laswell is looking for someone to take over this job and is willing to train.

Programs:  Robbie Berg noted that program details are on the website and in the newsletter.

  • Sewing Saturdays are on the second Saturday of the month (August is rescheduled to the 21st), from 9-6, at the North Plains Senior Center.  Masks are required.
  • The next sewing weekend is in person September 10-12 at the North Plains Senior Center, masks required.  Fri. 3-8pm, Sat. 9-8pm, Sun. 9-3pm.
  • Robbie thanked Joyce Greenfield for her help with technical issues.

Upcoming Workshops:  The process for registering is to fill out a registration form on-line which is sent to Registrar Carol Sayles.  Carol will confirm attendance with you.   The on-line payment portal works well and is very efficient.

  • Sept. 18:  Joyce Giezler will present a mystery class at the North Plains Senior Center.  9‑4, $25.
  • Sept. 25:  Featherweight Maintenance with Robbie Berg, limited to 15.  9-4 at North Plains Senior Center, $45.
  • Sept. 25:  Snack Bags with Linda O’Brien, limited to five, 10-4:30pm in basement of Senior Center, $30.
  • Oct. 30 and Dec. 4:  Tree skirt with Judy Block.
  • Oct. 15-17 retreat at Cannon Beach.   There is one triple room left.
  • Quilt Show theme.  The winning theme was “A Quilted Paradise” submitted by Patty Dobbs.   Patty will receive a free 2022 membership.

Membership:  Chase Lawrence reported that there are currently 136 members who have renewed their membership. Renewals must be received by Sept. 1 to be included in the printed directory.   One guest was present at this meeting.

Website:  JudyQ Block noted that meeting minutes and workshops are on the website.

Garlic Festival.  Marianne thanked Sue Nichols and JudyQ Block for managing the Garlic Festival and filling the open shifts.  Pam Edens brought neck coolers.

Block of the Month:  Deborah Bolton reported that 17 blocks were received and picked the winner, Becky Lietl.  Next month’s block will be Broken Sugar Bowl in red and white.  Instructions will be emailed.

Show and Tell:  Susan Greathouse presented for Jane Hogue.  Quilts were shown by Susan Greathouse, Robbie Berg, Marianne Greenley, Deborah Bolton, Paulina Kriebel, and Bev Halperin.  Several of the slides were prepared using techniques learned in the recent How to Shoot Your Quilt workshop.

Future Meetings:   Marianne spoke with a New Life Church representative and was assured that they do want us back; they are just trying to juggle various demands and restrictions.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:35pm.

Next Meeting:  September 20, via Zoom.

WQG General Meeting July 2021
Meeting Minutes
July 19, 2021

via ZOOM

The meeting was called to order by President Marianne Greenley at 6:30pm.

Joyce Greenfield reviewed Zoom procedures and suggested restarting the app if you have problems.

Featured Speaker:    Sue Hauser introduced Trudy Cleveland who presented a Power Point on photographing your quilts.  Trudy is both a photographer and a quilter.  

Trudy grew up in southern California; her father was a photographer, so this was part of her upbringing.  After 35 years as a dental hygienist, she began photography classes with the idea of documenting the quilts she produced with her longarm business.  

An important aspect of photographing your quilts is the light source.   It should be at a 90-degree angle to your quilt.  Use daylight bulbs, do not use your camera flash.  Stands made for photography and video are less expensive than ones made for quilts.  Trudy recommends using “portrait” mode on your phones.  Shoot your labels also.  Set your phone camera to show a grid to help line up edges of your quilt.  Trudy showed a moving video of quilts of valor photographed in black and white.

Trudy will conduct two workshops beginning next weekend.   To attend, contact Sue Hauser or register on-line.

History Mystery, Part 4

Jean Laswell spoke regarding the Guild’s connection to North Plains.  Julie Mason and Ronnie Anderson were early officers of the Guild, and lived in North Plains.  They established a P. O. Box there.  Ronnie’s husband was a member of the Knights of Pythias which started the North Plains Garlic Festival.  They hired the Guild to provide alcohol monitors for the event.  This event brings in about $1000 each year.

Featured Business

Laurie Hopper of Transformation Quilt Studio is a longarmer located in Aloha.  She does mostly edge-to-edge quilting and has a small retail area.  (Website is 

Minutes of June meeting:

Marianne noted that the minutes are on the website and will stand approved unless there are comments or changes.

Programs, Classes, Workshops:  Robbie Berg

Shoot Your Quilt with Trudy Cleveland

July 23 and 30, 9:00am-noon and July 24 and 31, 9:00am-noon.

Register on the website and submit form to Carol Sayles.   She will email you a link for payment.

Digital Drawing and Quilt Design with Jamie Davis, Sept. 9, 10:00am-5:00pm, at Ace Sew and Vac in Tigard.   This is not a Guild event, contact Sue Hauser if you are interested.

Sewing Saturday: Monthly on second Saturday (except October which is on the 21st), 9:00am-6:00pm at North Plains Senior Center.  No pre-registration required.

Sewing Weekend:  Quarterly at North Plains Senior Center.  The next date is Sept. 10-12.  No pre-registration required.

No Machines Required:  Basement of the North Plains Senior Center, fourth Weds. of the month, 3:00-5:00pm.   Toni Beattie will facilitate.

Retreat at Cannon Beach, October 15-17, only 20 seats are available, so register now on-line.

Other classes coming in the fall include Featherweight maintenance, making a pineapple quilt, a Judy Neimeyer class, making a zipper bag, and possibly a mystery quilt with Joyce Geiszler.

Starting in September, Toni Beattie will facilitate an Electric Quilt session on Sewing Saturdays at 11:00am.

The August speaker will be Jaimie Davis, speaking on landscape quilt design.  The November speaker will be Karen Brown, Zooming from Canada.


Chase Lawrence reported that the Guild now has 103 members, six of them new, and two guests for this meeting.  The new members are Iman Bilal, Bobbi Stewart, Diane Todd, Diana Pettibone, Mary Jo Ackerman, and Teresa Brown.  The directory is on-line; hard copies will be available when we begin to meet in person again.  The option to have one mailed to you is also available.  In order to continue to receive email blasts, you will need to renew your membership by Sept. 1. 

JudyQ Block described how to register on the new website.   If anyone has problems, please contact her.

Oct. 1 & 2, 2022 Quilt Show:  Robbie reported that the venue (Hidden Creek Community Center in Hillsboro) will be secured soon.  A pineapple quilt has been donated for the raffle quilt.  If you have suggestions for a theme, let Robbie know.

Block of the Month:  Deborah Bolton received eight blocks from five participants; Lois Marie Mayer won the drawing.  Next month’s block will be Sunlight and Shadows; pattern will be emailed.

Ways and Means:  JudyQ Block and Sue Nichols

The North Plains Elephant Garlic Festival will be held on August 13-15.  Alcohol monitors are needed; call Sue (503-649-6412) or Judy (503-780-9339) to sign up.  The event brings in about $1200.

Show and Tell:  Jane Hogue

Jane showed slides of the lovely quilts submitted for Show and Tell from Heidi Neisham, Marilyn Hickman, Marianne Greenley, Toni Beattie, Donna Fairchild, Jane Hogue and Julie Mason.


Marianne has been in touch with New Life Church to see when they will allow outside groups to again use the facility.   There is no decision yet.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:45pm.

WQG General Meeting June 2021
Meeting Minutes
June 21, 2021

The meeting was called to order by President Judy Block at 6:30 pm

President Message

Judy stated that she hopes to be back to having in person meetings soon. Judy announced “No Machines Required” is starting again. 

Zoom Host/Facilitator

Joyce Greenfield reminded members to stay on mute unless they are speaking and re-mute when finished. 


Sue introduced guest speaker, Cheryl Malkowski, “Follow Your Own Path”. Cheryl was the featured speaker at the WGQ’s first quilt show in 2009. She started quilting in 1993 because there was a free class. While in Sisters she was asked if she could create a quilt pattern, she did and had it published. Cheryl shared her quilts and techniques including her first book Easy Chenille. She explained the process it takes to get a book published. There were cards made by Cheryl, which she shared her technique. Cheryl has an e-book, Block to Diamonds, which is available on Amazon but if anyone is interested, they should contact her directly, Cheryl taught how to use freezer paper for paper piecing and described her machine quilting. In 2014 Timeless Treasures asked her to create a Block of the Month, and each one in different colorways. If you want to learn more of her Doodles free motion quilting follow her Facebook page, Cheryl Malkowski quilting. She has now started to develop her on fabric line, with the goal to have three collections for fall with Timeless Treasures. She closed out her presentation with, “Sew what makes you happy. It doesn’t have to be a vocation or something you are good at, if you try something different and follow your path, you are going to be happy.”

History Mystery

Part 3- Exhibit

As submitted by Jean.

In 2010 our guild presented an exhibit at Valley Art Association, Forest Grove, entitled Winter Wonderland.  Several members participated including: Clara Mashek, AnnMarie Cowley, Stephanie Sluyter, Bella DeVir, Betty Sheperd, Shawn Priggle and me. We were the featured artists for a month. 

 HART Theatre asked us to help with their production of the play Quilters. We provided a display of quilts for the lobby during the show’s run. Our members made the required seventeen 18 x 18 blocks to use by the actors onstage shown as each character spoke. In addition, we created one large finale quilt, which we raffled off as a guild fundraiser at the end of the play’s run. Special thanks to Cathy Smith and Shawn Priggle for help with choosing fabrics, and to Shawn for Quilting and binding.

Next, we created a joint exhibit with Washington County Museum, Connections: Quilting 1930s and Today, comparing the two eras through quilting. The museum acquired an exhibit of Dorothea Lange’s 1930s photos and asked us to help them create a complimentary exhibit to accompany the photos. We received a grant from Hillsboro Arts and Culture Council to implement this, our first large grant.

 Members loaned items, both new and old, to pair with items from the museum’s collection. There was a special section devoted to the Featherweight and its introduction at the 1934 Chicago World’s Fair.

After much hard work on the part of our members, the exhibit was very well received and held over an additional month. In conjunction with the exhibit, we sponsored a quilt lecture, held a quilt turning, provided weekly quilting demos, and hosted a documentation day by the Oregon Quilt Project. We continue to provide education activities for the museum’s Family Day program on request.

2010 and 2011 Presented a quilt showcase and provided education projects at Hillsboro Saturday Market and at Showtime for Shute

2011 Provided quilting demos at the Washington County Fair

We provided quilts, signage, and demos for an exhibit at Beaverton Historical Society’s new museum. We were able to reuse some of the signage from our previous exhibit, along with loaning several items from our guild members.

Jean had three announcements: The NW quilters expo and entry form will be on their website, the theme is “COVID”. Latimer Textile Museum in Tillamook has an exhibit, which is opened Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Guild members will get in free if there are four members in the group, Bed Turning, can be requested. Reservations are required. Quiltopia is in November, their entry forms will be online July 1st. They will have a challenge packet available foro $25, with a theme of landmarks or monuments. 

Sunshine & Shadows

If you have a Sunshine or Shadow make a note in chat or raise your hand. Alicia Johnson shared that she finished her teaching year and will be taking a leave of absence for the next year. 


Judy shared the member’s birthdays for June and July.

President Message Voting

There will be a yes/no poll to vote for the 2021/22 slate of officers;

Marianne Greenley (President), Cheryl Kraft (VP Charity), Sherry Smith (VP Education), Karen Newton (Secretary), Joan Courtney (Treasurer), Sue Nichols & JudyQ Block (Co-Chairs Ways & Means), and Robbie Berg (Programs) and 2nd term Chase Lawrence (Membership)
Joyce posted the poll, the slate of officers was accepted with 100% approval by members. 

Featured Business Member of the Month

Jeanne Scott with Jan’s quilts shared her quilting room. She is a longarm quilter, able to do quilts up to 120 inches. Her quilt room was built two years ago to include a kitchen. She tends to quilt with programs but can do some custom quilting and will have patterns digitized. 

Vice President Education

Deborah Bolton shared the June’s Block of the Month “Road to California” had 13 blocks. She picked the winner: Marilyn Hickman. July’s BOM will be “Martha Washington Star”, the star is to be in blue and sashing in red. An email blast will have the directions.

Vice President Charity

Marilyn Alexander shared that Kaiser Hospice has asked for twin or lap quilts. The charity committee has a supply of quilts in storage and will check how many will be available to donate. If you have questions regarding charity quilts contact Carolyn Drosd or Marcia Elliott.  


Connie Gaebel has received requests to have the return of “No Machines Required”. They will start up on Wednesday June 23rd at the North Plains Senior Center from 3 pm to 5 pm. Future meetings will be the 4th Wednesday of the month. If you have questions call, Toni Beattie. There will be sign ups soon for the Canon Beach retreat. There will be a test retreat on Wednesday. Robbie Berg needed 25 participants and had 25 sign up. Sewing Saturdays have changed to the second Saturday, with the exception of August which will be the third Saturday. Sue Hauser is working on a workshop, more information to follow. The workshops are $40 and will be two separate sessions. Be sure to watch for the email blast to register. 


Chase Lawrence welcomed a new member, Diane Schnieder and two guests. There are 192 registered members with 78 participating tonight. It is almost renewal time (July 1st), you will be able to register and pay through the website or print the form to mail in. If you want a hard copy of the directory mailed to you, add the $3 fee to your registration. The “Member Only” section will be password protected, watch for an email blast with directions to receive your password and set up procedures. To be included in the directory please register by August. Chase shared a Sunshine, two of her daughters graduated from college.

Minutes Approval

If there are no dissentions or changes to the May minutes, they will stand approved. For corrections contact Heidi Nesheim.

Quilt Show

Heidi stated she has stepped down as Quilt Show Chair however is setting up the location. The new Hidden Creek Community Center in Hillsboro will be the 2022 Quilt Show location. There is a beautiful, well-lit main room with access to the kitchen, classrooms, foyer and patio. The center is excited to have the show.  

Show and Tell

Jane Hogue hosted show and tell. Four members shared 10 projects. Jane asks that you submit your photos by July 17th.


The July meeting will be led by new President, Marianne Greenley. Judy Block is in contact with New Life Baptist Church regarding the return to meetings. The website is now live and can be reached at, The website is constantly evolving watch for additions. When registration opens for retreats or workshops an email blast will be sent to give all the opportunity to register. Anyone who is interested helping with the website, contact Judy Block.

Judy finished with a heartfelt thank you for trusting her to be the President. Judy thanked all the volunteers, board members and committee chairs whom worked hard to get through this trying year. “It has been by ultimate pleasure to serve as your President.”

“When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to oversome.” – Wilma Rudolph

The meeting was adjourned at 8:30 pm  

Respectfully submitted,

Heidi Nesheim, Secretary

WQG General Meeting May 2021
Meeting Minutes
May 17, 2021

The meeting was called to order by President Judy Block at 6:30 pm.

Zoom Host/Facilitator

Joyce Greenfield reminded members to mute themselves after they speak. 


Sue Hauser introduced the nights speaker, Lori Dickman and her program, “The 3 D’s: Dresdens, Diamonds and Drunkard’s Path”. Lori is from Rockford, IL. Lori shared techniques for creating these blocks and the templates available to make them easier. She explained by using templates you are able to get very accurate piecing. “Don’t be afraid to use your ugly fabrics in your stash buster quilts, they will surprise you.” Lori showed how to make Drunkard’s Path blocks without pins, however if they blocks are five inches or smaller, you will need to pin. Lori finished with a demonstration how to make a flange binding for quilts that will be used and washed often. Lori has many resources on her website:

Free Mystery Quilts:

Free e-book: https//

Flange binding how-to:

No pin Drunkard’s Path tutorial:

Lori also offered coupons on her site for products, these coupons have no expiration date.

There were two questions from members.

“Does she snip the seams in the Drunkard’s Path?” Answer: No, because using a scant quarter inch seam makes it unnecessary.

“Is the Twinkling Stars pattern yours.” Answer: Yes

History Mystery

Jean Lasswell presented Part 2 of the Guild’s history.

(Text sent from Jean)

The Early Years

Our first public event was helping Cornell Estates with their quilt show in 2007. Steve Rice, Roni Andrews, Julie Mason, and Paula DiNovo assisted, along with help from other guild members. Proceeds were donated to the Alzheimer’s Association. Charity continued meeting to make quilts, and our membership increased to 60 by the end of the year. 

We continued to work on our 501 (c)) (3) application, and finally submitted it on April 2, 2008. See the signing here. We received our approval April 18, 2008. On April 26, we had our quilt show.

 In 2008, the show was turned over to our guild completely, with Cornell Estates providing advertising and the venue. Julie Mason donated a quilt for our raffle, shown here, that she designed on EQ. The next photos are from the 2008 show.

In March 2009, we participated in the rainy Hillsboro St Pats Day Parade to promote our guild.

As we grew, we began looking for a larger location. One of our members, Margret Boris, offered her church, so we began meeting in September at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church. Tell story of Sandi Carner and the mini raffle bowl.

In April 2009, Education Chair Marcia Gilliland presented a program and slide show on the history of quilting that she researched and wrote. This program has been given many times to various church and civic groups, as well as used as a teaching tool for Vernonia High students. Marcia and her committee developed a multi-week unit on quilting for the Vernonia students as part of a Folk Studies program. Which was repeated for several years.

Next month what happened in 2010, lots did!

TARTS is the art quilt group. They meet the second Monday, 11:00 am at Aloha Sew and Vac. Contact Jean for more info. 

Sunshine & Shadows

Susan Greathouse has first grandchild.  Denise Lancaster’s new grandson was born about a month ago. 

Jean Lasswell shared that member Paulina Kriebel has a show at Valley Art in Forest Grove, “it is lovely”. 


Judy shared the birthdays for May and June

President Message

Judy had the slate of Board Officers speak up and say hi. The election will be held in June with installation at the July Board meeting. Marianne Greenley (President), Cheryl Kraft (VP Charity), Sherry Smith (VP education), Karen Newton (Secretary), Joan Courtney (Treasurer), Sue Nichols and JudyQBlock

(Ways and Means), and Robbie Berg (Programs).

May’s Featured Business Member is JudyQ Block. Judy has recently become a certified instructor for Quiltworx. Judy shared some of her quilts and the local classes she is teaching. Her website is Judy is active on Facebook and encouraged members join in quilt discussions. 

Judy recognized all those who are making the newsletter exciting and informative. Tech Tips – Joyce Greenfield, Education Corner – Susan Greathouse, Featherweight Fanfare – Robbie Berg, Quilty Tips & Tricks –Julie Mason, Members Survey – Sharon Kennedy, History Mystery – Jean Lasswell, WQG

Fabric Sale – Nancy Stober, and Block of the Month – Deborah Bolton.

Vice President Education

Deborah received eight BOM’s of Fancy Flowers. Denise Hilde is the winner. May’s block is, “Road to California”.  Deborah shared an example, the colors will be Gold and Cream for “California Golden State.” 

Vice President Charity

Marilyn Alexander reported that Nancy Stober has sold more fabric and there will be photos in the newsletter of even more fabric for sale. It is the hope that an outdoor sale will happen in the near future. 


October 15-17 will be the Beach Retreat, watch the Newsletter for future details. Sue Hauser is working on some small workshops both in person and Zoom. Sewing Weekend is June 11-13, contact Heidi Nesheim if you are interested in attending. (This is a week earlier due to facility conflicts) Connie shared that adding the Zoom aspect to Sewing Saturdays and Weekends is a lot of work for Heidi and asked if anyone would like to help out, please contact Heidi. Connie has been asked by members if there will be a Guild Quilt Challenge and Mystery Quilt, she is working on these. Sue Hauser is working on some small workshops and Zoom.


There were 93 participants tonight. Chase announced two new members; Melinda Fish and Chris Torgeson. Chase also shared the new website will have areas that will be password protected for the use by registered members only. Chase asks if you want to update your directory photo or do not have a photo, please email your photo to her.

Show and Tell

Jayne Hogue provided a nice Show and Tell with four members submitting and sharing nine projects. Jayne reminds members to send photos to her by June 20th

Upcoming Events

June 21st General Meeting will be via Zoom

JudyQ reported to have the new website launched within the next 30 days. 

Minutes Approval

The April minutes stand approved as written. Any questions/corrections please submit to Heidi Nesheim.

“Let us lay in the sun and count every beautiful thing we can see” – Unknown

The meeting was adjourned at 8:20 pm

Respectfully submitted,

Heidi Nesheim, Secretary