Did You Finish?

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If you need to pull your quilt from the show, please let Carrie Zizza or Ann Hockmeyer know.

Thank You.

Thank You

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Thank you all for your donations of comfort quilts – they’re beautiful.

You can still bring them to the church to be added to the display for the show if they didn’t make it to the meeting.  Since the quilts will not be distributed until the October meeting, I can accept more.  

I have only collected about 30 so far, which gets split between two groups so not too many and not enough to cover all the hospice beds if I split the donations.  Please consider donating another quilt at the October meeting. It would be so appreciated.

Thank you for all you do. Ronni 

Ice cream help needed!

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Are you going to be at the meeting on Thursday? Can you spare a few minutes to help serve ice cream? Let Heather know!
You don’t need to bring anything, we just need a few extra sets of hands to help scoop!


Jubilee Invitation

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Tickets will be on sale at the September meeting.

We Made the News.

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A picture of our quilt and a couple of members are featured in the Newburyport – Wicked Local New. Along with a write up about our upcoming show.

Condolences to the Hill Family

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Betty Hill, a former member, passed away September 11. I for one will sorely miss her.

Betty had stopped coming to MVQ due to a family scheduling conflict. Thursday night was family dinner night. She was talking about coming back this year.

More information is available here.

I’ll miss you Betty. Still can’t believe your gone.
Cathy Harnisch

Condolences to the Grew Family

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Connie Grew, a long time member of MVQ, has passed away. Connie was 95. She was also the sister of Monica Pitman and aunt to Jane Hamel.

Connie was a valued MVQ member for many years. Her quilting was outstanding and mostly done by hand. She held various board positions and always remembered our bus trips to the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Due to failing eyesight, she no longer was able to do much sewing, but the craft was still important to her and she loved talking about past times and projects.

Thank you, Connie, for your contribution to our craft.