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QUILT DAY 2010
OUTSIDE THE BLOCK    WHAT WILL THEY THINK OF NEXT?
Clock-wise from top left: Paula Lenahan, Pat Osmond, Betty Shea, Jeri McKay, Vernida Grant, Peggy Johnson
To see photos from 2010 National Quilt Day  Click here


Art on Display at Physicians Regional click here
ART ON DISPLAY AT PHYSICIANS REGIONAL HOSPITAL
April 7, mid-August, 2010   click on Thumbnails for better viewing
Judy Bauckham: L to R - ULU IN THE PINES;
WALLFLOWER'S REBELLION; TARO PATCH BLUES
Pat Kumicich - L to R: There's a bug in my Garden; In the Beginning; Looking up the down stairs; Marketplace; Op-art Circles
Veronica von Zwehl - L to R: Chrysalis I and III; High Humidity; Sea Grape
Aloyse Yorko - L to R: Album crib quilt; Apple Core quilt; Dolly Madison Star bed quilt; Apple Core quilt; Necktie Garden
Click here to enjoy a Smilebox video presentation of the 2011 quilt show
The Aftermath
Auction Action
Bird's Eye View of Quiltland
2011 Quilt Show
We can thank Joyce Novack's husband Don for these photos.
Not only was he indispensable help, but wore a photographer's hat as well.
Thanks Don!
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Please click here for additional photos of the 2011 Quilt Show
We hosted special guests at the March 2012 meeting.

Cheran Croasdale presented two Quilts of Valor to our special guests.
She writes:

-Army Staff Sgt. Wilfredo Vasquez retired after "30 years 7 months and 5 days." His words not mine.
Wilfredo had two tours (three years) in Iraq. He joined the Army in 1979. During his years of service he was an MP, a combat engineer, an aviation mechanic on the Huey Helicopter and a crew chief assigned to an airframe. He served in Chili, Panama, Miami after Hurricane Andrew, South Carolina after Hurricane Floyd and New Orleans for Hurricane Katrina....and on and on. Did I mention Afghanistan?

-Marine Lance Cpl. Randy Kington joined the Marine Corps on Sept 3, 1964. On March 21, 1966, after nine months of the most intense fighting in the Viet Nam War, Randy's life changed dramatically when he was shot in the neck and lost all feeling from the chest down. He could have lost hope and given up but instead Randy met his wife Patty, went back to college, received his Master's degree and his CPA. He wrote a book entitled What A Life - How the Vietnam War Affected One Marine. I have asked Randy to bring books with him to sell. Learn more about this special soldier at www.randykington.com. Randy and his wife Patty have quite a story to share.