I have accepted the position of publicity chair and will try hard to fit Sheri's shoes. Please feel free to offer suggestions as I have never taken on a role such as this (my experiences as a harpist and SLP don't really help much.
From SIG Coordinator Cheryl Laufer:
Are you looking to further your knowledge of a specific fiber art?
Your Guild membership offers the opportunity to further explore Felting, Rigid Heddle, Spinning, and Weaving skills by participating in a Special Interest Group (SIG).
Go online to http://wrspinweave.org and look under “Schedule.” If you are interested, contact the listed facilitator for more information. Each newsletter also has entries from the SIGs and contact information.
From President JoEllen Salkin:
A reminder that the results of our President’s Challenge for 2018 will be presented at our February 26th meeting. Representatives from WomenSafe and Friends of WomenSafe be attending our meeting and will provide more information on their services, and will be accepting the hand made items we are donating. Along with your donation, please provide instructions for care. Also note that the WomenSafe organization provides craft activities for their residents, and if you have any extra supplies you no longer need, those will be accepted as well. If you have questions, please contact JoEllen.
i"m happy to report that we have a full house of 15 registrants for our Spring Weaving workshop with Pat Donald on Dimity. At this point in time we are accepting names for a wait list. Please contact Nancy Curtiss, Workshops Chair, if you would like to be included.
A reminder that the Annual Holiday Luncheon is Saturday, 12-3, at the Welshfield Inn, 14001 Main Market Rd (422), Burton. There will be a random gift exchange (optional), great food and excellent company. Hope to see you there.