The Prairie Textile Arts Guild met at 9:30 am on April 12, 2003 in the meeting room at Marillac Manor.
The meeting was called to order by
President Kay Miller.
Nineteen members and two guests
The minutes of the March 8, 2003
meeting were approved as read.
of officers and standing committees:
(Jan Dralle) reported a balance in the treasury of $ 814,56.
She distributed a list of new members and told those present this would
be the last updated list.
and Elise Halvorson): Three lists
were passed around for members to sign. One
was for hostesses for next year. Another
was a sign-up for speaker’s gifts and the third was to write down ideas for
next year’s programs.
(Krista Andrews and LaRue Odenbach): The next program is the “Shop Hop to
Fargo”. Shops included are
Shakespeare’s Peddler, Yarn Renaissance, Nordic Needle, Designer Fabrics, Hemp
and Bead (only open to members after three o’clock).
Members are to meet at 7:15 am at Marillac Manor and leave by 7:30 am.
(Elaine DeBilzan): Becky
congratulated Elaine for the design of the pamphlet.
She said that when she saw the pamphlet at Linda’s it really leaped out
because of the color.
Hyland moved to approve the slate of officers as nominated for next year.
Krista Andrews seconded the motion.
The motion passed.
following are the officers for next year:
Chairs-Sandie Brewster and Lynn McCulley
and Kaye Halvorson
reported the fall workshop could be either Saturday September 20 or Saturday
October 18, depending on when the meeting room is available.
Members suggested trying to get the October date first.
The cost to members would be $25, to be paid by May.
Cost for the workshop included, $150 teacher’s fee, motel, mileage and
Kim Jondahl, editor of “Inspire
Magazine” was present to take pictures of members’ needlework for an article
in the magazine.
The program on finishing
techniques was presented by Pat Otto.
The speaker’s gift was made by
Deb Long and Krista Andrews
provided the treats.
Bring and Brag was held.
The meeting was adjourned
Respectfully Submitted, Mary Beth Osborn, Secretary