Monday, January 6, 2014
December Potluck Meeting Notes
Greetings and Merry Christmas to all,
A brief summary of the short business meeting at our December Potluck follows. A wonderful evening of conversation and laughter with amazing show and tell to keep us inspired, not to mention the amazing variety of food.
We now have 54 members. Welcome to each of you and please e-mail me for information or answers to questions you may have. firstname.lastname@example.org
January spin-ins and knit-ins are listed in the minutes as well.
There is no meeting in January and the February Meeting begins at 10 a.m. with Fibres Unlimited to follow in the afternoon.
Goodies for the February meeting are provided by Gudie and Bea.
I wish everyone a safe and enjoyable holiday season with wonderful surprises to help us keep our sense of awe.
(No computer so this iPad version will have to do)
Dec 2, 2031
Shuswap Spinners and Weavers
called to order at 7:46 with 21 members present.
Minutes adopted as read. Moved by Glenda, seconded by Gabriele, carried
Cheques will be mailed to members before Christmas.
Tent: $75 to be paid to Lisa. The tent will be available for rental and guild use
Waulking Nikki and Ann organizing. 12 members have signed up
ANWG scholarships are offered for promotional workshop or educational
Tea towels going on to the guild loom.
Fibre exchange: June meeting is the showing of the project made from the fibre/yarn. Take a picture of the original and then being what you end up with.
Racks from Gwen. $56. Dollar store was selling all of its props. 2X6 racks that can be free standing uprights. Price was $30 each but usually $90. Glenda moves we buy the two stands, seconded by Nikki. Carried. These racks are currently stored at Gwen's.
Spin-ins and get togethers. Lis on Jan 13, Glenda on Jan 20. The usual times of 10 to 2 bringing your bag lunch and project to work on.
Feb and March are daytime meetings at 10 a.m. Gabriele will chair them.
Julia showed pictures of the fibre festival in Quebec that she and Gudie attended.
Show and tell