Virtual Guild Meeting

MVQ’s First Virtual Guild Meeting

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Will Be – Thursday, October 15, 2020

I am pleased to announce that Merrimack Valley Quilters Guild will present their very first live, virtual guild meeting.  We will use the GoToMeeting.com platform to present the meeting.  An email will be sent to all the members with a link to join the meeting.  Please feel free to share the email and link to friends that wish to attend as a guest.  You could invite some friends over to have a virtual meeting small gathering!

The meeting will start around 6:15 – 6:30 pm as a live, open meeting to give everyone a chance to socialize. The meeting will be called to order at 7:00 pm.  At that time, we will request that anyone who is not on the agenda to speak to please turn off their camera.  We will silence all audio at that time except for the person who is speaking.  We are not planning to schedule a speaker.  Therefore, the meeting should not be too much longer than an hour.  We will have information presented by our committees and a show and tell segment.  There will be a chat option available during the meeting if you would like to ask questions. 

Please contact me or any member of the board if you have any questions or concerns.  Thank you and I look forward to “seeing” you on the 15th.

Elizabeth Swan, President 

Meeting Update and Survey

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The following guild meetings have been cancelled:

9/17/2020 – CANCELLED
10/15/2020 – CANCELLED
12/3/2020 – CANCELLED

Do you want to go to a meeting? Would you like to have a virtual meeting? Let us know a by completing the a small survey.

Thanks.

Coming Soon

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Liz Swan and I are working on a live broadcast meeting via YouTube. We did a small test this morning. Planning another test next week to work out some of the bugs. And to learn how to use the software.

We want to create a Show n Tell slideshow. Please submit a picture of your show n tell, along with your name and a short description, to me at Blog@mvquilters.org.

I look forward to seeing what everyone has been working on.

Cathy Harnisch
Communication Chair