President’s Message

Hi Everyone and Happy Spring,

I hope when you read this newsletter our weather has begun to moderate. I’m sure you’ll agree that the cold temperatures can go away till December.

Most urgent is to extend an invitation to our annual May dinner meeting. The cost again is $20.00 and we will need payment at the April meeting. If you can’t join us at this month’s meeting, you can mail a check made out to Evening Star Quilt Guild (Sue Acevedo, 31 Brisbane St, New Hyde Park, 11040). We’ve decided to use the same caterer as last year as the food was very tasty and, of course, the company was scintillating. I certainly hope you can join us. Please remember that our UFO challenge will wrap up at the dinner so finish up a UFO or more and bring them for Show and Tell.

This month we are working on charity quilts so please see the supply list from Sandy and Peggy and come to enjoy a night of sewing.

On a sadder note, we send condolences to the family of former member, Helen, who passed away last week.

Our membership year is almost up, so please remember to renew. The application is attached to this newsletter. At this month’s meeting membership will also be voting to accept the changes to the by-laws.

Thought for the month:

“Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.”  Alan Larkin

Happy UFO stitching!!!!

Sue Acevedo