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Since January 1, 2012, my goal is to write a daily sentence or two (or paragraph or two) about gratitude of the day and to include one photo (at least) that I took that day (but will add others from time to time). It has definitely been a challenge most days throughout the past eight years, and welcomed the challenge again this year - 2020 - Covid and all. I hope you will continue the ride with me!

Friday, March 9, 2018

#Celebrate Others - The Glow of the Show SCQS Style

Tagging on yesterday's International Women's Day, I am going to continue the "love" and celebrate my entire quilt guild and a year of hard work in making the quilts for the Southern Comforters Quilt Guild. The show starts tomorrow at 10:00 am at Samuel Ogle Middle School in Bowie, Maryland, 4111 Chelmont, and goes until 5:00. Sundays hours are 11am - 4pm. Think voting for your favorite quilts; a beautiful raffle quilt and raffle baskets that you could possibly win!

If you believe in Girl Power, like I do, it's amazing what a group of very talented, creative, and amazing women can pull off to make "The Best little Quilt Show in Maryland" the very best around!

Setting up is a total team effort with all hands on deck (and yes, guys did show up to help as well; and Thank You for that), but the majority of behind the scenes efforts for this community quilt show goes beyond "measure" and is simply terrific. Our show Chair, Misty Cole, has got the whole show wired and ready to go; and so are we. If local, we hope to see you there; as the quilts are spectacular and we have several vendors to keep everyone happy (BBQ food truck as well).

So without further adieu, my set up photos tell the story of this terrific quilt guild and Girl Power!



Misty Cole and Carrie Casto: masterminds behind the scenes poles ready and waiting Deb Carter helping with the structure Terri and Wendy AllenMany hands make light work; cleaning the poles before going up. Anna-Marie Williams setting up Silent Auction Cappy Phillips, Margaret Herman, Janet Frietag, Susan Navarro and Carrie Casto Mary Kay Kerr, Evelyn Kirby, me, Deb Hoppe, Anna-Marie, Carol Berg and Jean Maasel Featured Quilter Judith Keane and her three daughters; Susan, Allison and SharonFlorence Marion and Community Quilts Susie Stevenson and Trish Rader 

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Great job ladies! I miss you terribly. I wish I had known sooner I would maybe have been able to stop on my way back to OBX. On a good note, I am getting back to some quilting and my she shed/quilting craft space has electric. I am so excited!
Hope the show is a wonderful success.