Business Meeting Call to order at 10:30 A.M. by president Pam Harris. 44 members were
present. Marie Fujimura moved that the minutes of the last meeting be accepted as
printed. Motion passed. Betty Bivins gave the treasurer’s report. A copy is on file with the
Old Business: Pam Harris announced that the Fiber Festival has declined the Guild’s
donation of $100. They will be charging for the Rachel Clark lecture as they do not have
enough money to cover all the costs of the lecture. The Guild’s donation came with the
stipulation that the lecture be free.
New Business: Pam Harris reported that it has been suggested the Guild donate a quilt to the
KAKM Art Auction next year. It was suggested that the Comfort Quilt group watch for a
Famous Quilters: Mary Gerken asked for volunteers to help distribute fliers about the Paula
Nadelstern lecture March 15. The lecture will be held in the regular Guild meeting room at the
church. Jane Ferguson reminded members of the Mary Cesar lecture and classes to be held
April 30, May 1&2.
Library Exhibit: Linda Postlethwait reminded members that the quilts for the exhibit at the
library are due March 4. She would like 35 quilts from 35 quilters.
Comfort Quilts: Rena Brinker reported that next Comfort Quilt day is April 29.
Teddy Bear Tea: Judy Veerman reported that the Teddy Bear Tea starts at 11:00 on February
18. All Teddy Bears and quilts need to be here by 10:30. She will have extra bears in case
there are stray quilts. Representatives from AWAIC, Salvation Army Cares for Kids, Clare
House and OCS will be presented with the Teddy Bears. Judy will be contacting members
who volunteered to help. Judy stated that the newspaper and the TV channels will be
informed of the event.
Retreat: Harmony Moser reported that the Retreat committee is meeting after the Guild
meeting today and planning is moving along. There will be space for 40 people at the retreat
this year. The dates are May 20-23.
Quilt Show: The raffle quilt for the 2010 quilt show is ready for the binding. Ruthe Rasmussen
volunteered to bind the quilt. Raffle tickets for the quilt may possibly be sold at the Fiber
It was announced that Harmony Moser has been chosen as the featured quilter for the 2010
Linda Postlethwait reminded members that she is taking orders for AQS.
Representatives from the Fiber Festival committee passed out the Festival information booklet.
Kay Fiero brought her “quilting shooter” and will be demonstrating it after the meeting.
Janie Odgers from the Fiber Festival committee announced that they are donating a free
admission to a Rachel Clark class. Linda Postlethwait won it in a drawing.
Barbara Clinton is still asking for someone to take over her job of placing notices of meetings in
Meeting was adjourned at 11:15.
Marilyn Moreno, Secretary