I have information on 3 guild members that I didn’t think could wait for the newsletter.
Doree Rice’s mother, Sherri Willett, passed away on September 9. She was having dialysis and her heart gave out. She is being cremated so there will not be any services. Doree said thanks so much for all your thoughts and prayers. Please continue to keep her and her sister in your prayers.
Mary Schopp from the Rabbit’s Lair had surgery September 9. Surgery went fine and she is now recovering. Keep her in your thoughts and prayers.
Debbi Allen has been quite ill with her first cancer treatment. She has been experiencing a lot of abdominal pain. The increase of pain medication is taking care of the pain, however at the same time keeping her knocked out. Debbi returned to Tulsa Tuesday and has had both radiation and a second chemo treatment. I know we will continue to keep her in our thoughts and prayers. We can show our support to Debbi by visiting her Caring Bridge website, set up by Katha Carter, and leave a note. A new journal entry was posted on Sept. 10. Her web address is <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” /> http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/debbiallen
On a totally different note, we have been asked to share the following information with members.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2009 * ANNUAL FIBER ARTS FAIR* 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. $1500 AVAILABLE FOR AWARDS. ENTRIES MUST BE FROM THE OZARKS REGION.
FOR QUESTIONS OR INFORMATION CONTACT US BY PHONE: 479-634-3791 OR EMAIL: email@example.com
Ozark Folkways Website Source: www.ozarkfolkways.com Guilds/Workshops/Classes: There are several schools and workshops available at Folkways. Click above to find out more about them.
Keep quilting, Audrey
Don’t miss exhibiting your quilts in the Benton County Fair, September 15-19. Quilt entries are due to the fairgrounds on Monday, September 14th, between 9am and 7pm.