June 2015 Minutes

<p><em>Meeting was called to order at 6:29</em></p><p><em>There were thirty members in attendance</em></p><p><em>The president thanked the vice president for standing in for her at the May meeting</em></p><p><em>The librarian introduced all the new books and magazine that had been purchased for the guild</em></p><p><em>The secretary apologized for the lack of reports, as she was out of town for the day, and had come right from the airport to the meeting</em></p><p><em>The treasurers report was presented</em></p><p><em>June Workshop – Rangely Star, $31.50 for the rulers, and $10 for the workshop, for the patterns see Studio 180 Designs, this is a Deb Tucker pattern, being taught by a certified instructor</em></p><p><em>July Workshop – Just Threads will be presenting on the different types of threads and there uses, we will doing a project using these threads, they will also have items for sale</em></p><p><em>August Workshop – 2 day workshop, Joan Ford Trunk Show on Friday night with a workshop on Saturday – pattern is called chopped</em></p><p><em>September – Diapers for Nicaraugra</em></p><p><em>Relocation of the Adult Center – No information has been given to the guild, the Constable Adult Center offered us its building for the July meeting if necessary</em></p><p><em>Challenge – Donna Hasting briefly explained the challenge, and instructed that the instructions were also available on the website @ www.adirondackquiltersguild.org</em></p><p><em>Resignation – It was with great regret that we accepted a resignation from Susan Black from her position on a few committees</em></p><p><em>Volunteers – The president asked for volunteers for several committee and officer positions that remain vacant, please contact Jan Queen if you would interested in helping out the guild.</em></p><p><em>Vendors for 2016 quilt show</em></p><p><em>&nbsp;</em></p><ul><li><em>Author – The general consensus was a yes</em></li><li><em>Quilt Appraiser – There was alot of discussion and several members were very interested, will there be a cost to the guild, Donna Hasting will investigate</em></li></ul><p><em>Raffle Quilt was presented to the guild, it is beautiful, thank you to all the people who participated in the making of it, with a extra special thank you to Debbie Bigness for quilting it, Barb Singer for sewing on the borders and binding, Kathy Colburn for sewing on the binding.</em></p><p><em>We have sold over 501 tickets to date, Mary made a motion that we order additonal tickets, Debbie seconded, and all were in favor</em></p><p><em>Please remember that is important that all the members in our guild help to sell tickets, this is a major fundraiser for our guild, and helps to fund our workshops and camps</em></p><p><em>Barb Singer explained to the new members and guests how we figure out who is the beneficiary of our quilt show</em></p><p><em>Beneficiary – Discussion about whether or not we would be interested in having Honor Flight visit our meeting and doing a overview of the program, the group overall was very interested</em></p><p><em>Honor Flight has invited us to attend the take off and/or homecoming of their trips, discussion about donating our challenge quilts to those veterens was discussed, additonal quilts will be donated to veterens also</em></p><p><em>Ribbons – Barb presented for Chris who could not attend.&nbsp; Only six members showed up to make ribbons, we made about 35, however June Tuper came in during the workshop and donated enough ribbons for the show, kudos to June Tuper</em></p><p><em>Rotary presentation – By Barb Singer and Jan Queen</em></p><ul><li><em>Overview of Accomplishments of the Guild</em></li><li><em>Overview of the Quilting Industry</em></li></ul><p><em>Waddams Hall Quilt Camp – September 11-13, 2015, www.borderlinequilters.org</em></p><p><em>Mountain Madness Quilt Show and Camp – August 6-8, 2015, events@tupperlake.com</em></p><p><em>Donna made a motion that we adjourn the meeting, Ruth seconded, all were in favor</em></p><p><em></em></p><p><em>&nbsp;</em></p><p></p><p>&nbsp;</p><ul><li><em>&nbsp;</em><em><br></em></li></ul>