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Irving Quilt Guild, Inc.

Welcome

Irving Quilt Guild has been serving the Irving community since 1998. We promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilt-making, preserve our quilt-making heritage and traditions, and participate in quilt-related projects that are of service to our community.

20Anniversary2

October Birthdays:

Julie B - Oct 3
Donna R - Oct 6
Rene R - Oct 6
Debbie W - Oct 7
Barbara M - Oct 9
Lori V - Oct 11
Marie C - Oct 23
Joyce D - Oct 30

We will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary at the October meeting.  We will have a surprise guest speaker, catered meal and big door prizes.  So come dress in your Sunday best and enjoy the entertainment.

October-Happy-Hallow-images

What to bring for October Meeting?


   -  Good Appetite, Happy Attitude, and Prepare for a Good Time!
   -  Wear your better than casual clothes.

   - Do NOT bring Food or drinks
   - Do NOT bring Show and Tell

   - Do NOT bring Angel Quilts
   - Do NOT bring Love Thy Baby Items

   - Do NOT bring Quilts of Valor

 

What’s new on the website:

    October Newsletter
    September Guild Meeting Photos

Blue Christmas
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. A “Blue Christmas” at least.Blue Christmas is a project of the Irving Fire Department and the Irving Police Department. The Irving Quilt Guild will be collecting gifts for Irving children at the meeting on Thursday, November 15h. NEW unwrapped gifts, canned food or cash are needed. We will have representatives from the Irving Fire Department’s Station 2 attending our meeting

The following list includes the most needed items.
*ANYTHING for a teenage girl
*Books for teens, both boys and girls
*Bicycle helmets for children 12 and under.
*Art supplies for all ages, but especially for older children and teens.
*Games and puzzles for older children and teens.
*Cash, or checks made out to Blue Christmas, will help to buy the food given to the families. Gift cards are
not accepted.
*Canned food, especially protein like tuna, spam, chili, and other non-perishable food items. These are given to families along with a turkey and other food items.
Stuffed animals or other plush toys are
not needed at this time. There is already an over-abundance of these.
A NEW gift for any age child will be appreciated, but the items for older children and teens are the most needed.

Please join us at our monthly meeting:

When: The Guild meets the 3rd Thursday of each month.

            Social time 6:30 p.m. Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.

            Guests are always welcome to attend.

Where: Oakview Baptist Church

          1004 South Story Road - Irving

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