ECA County Council Meetings
June 9, Sept. 18, Dec. 18
Farm to Table April - October
Tarheel Enews due to Geri Bushel at
June 1 & Dec 1
CVU Volunteer Hours Reports due June 1 & Dec 1
Lee Regional Fair - September
Farm City Banquet a Monday in November
Cultural Arts Competition
Calendar for 2017
Most of the programs will be held in the morning of the first Saturday of the month on the guild meeting day unless otherwise noted.
Work if not finished can be continued on the third Saturday sew day and there will be members there to answer questions about projects.
Sew days will be from 9 am until 4 pm. The guild meeting will be on the first Saturday of the month at noon.
4H Crazy Quilters meeting will be in the morning from 9 am until 11:30 am in the kitchen on sew days on the third Saturday of the month. Members who have the time are invited to help with their meetings. This is a great group of talented young ladies who are enthusiastic about quilting and could use our knowledge and guidance with their sewing projects.
Meetings and Sew Days 2017
January 7 - Guild meeting and sew day
January 21 - Sew Day, 4H
February 4 - Guild meeting and sew day.
February 18 - Sew Day, 4H
February 20 - Reception for New Home Economist, Alyssa Anderson 3pm - 5 pm
February 27 - 6pm - ECA Achievement Night Dinner/ Cultural Arts Competition at the Extension Tickets $7 each
March 4 - Guild meeting and sew day.
March 18 - Sew Day, 4H
April 1 - Guild meeting and sew day.
April 15 - Sew Day, 4H
May 6 - Guild meeting and sew day.
May 20 - Sew Day, 4H
June 3 - Guild meeting and sew day.
June 17- Sew Day, 4H
July 8- Guild meeting and sew day.
July 22- Sew Day, 4H
August 5 - Guild meeting and sew day.
August 19 - Sew Day, 4H
September 9 - Guild meeting and sew day.
September 23 - Sew Day, 4H
October 7 - Guild meeting and sew day.
October 20-21 Our Quilt Show
Look On The Bright Side
October 28- Sew Day, 4H
November 4 - Guild meeting and sew day.
November 18- Sew Day, 4H
December 2 Christmas Party
Every month we collect items for the CUOC Backpack Pals program.
We also collect unused medicine, toiletries, medical equipment to donate to the Helping Hand Clinic. Medicines and toiletries can be opened or expired. They will decide at the clinic whether or not they are still good. They are also collecting shoes and coats.
We make quilts, pillowcases for community service and Quilts of Valor to donate to veterans and service men.
A library of quilting books is at the Extension for our members reading pleasure. Any one who borrows them is on the honor system for returning them.
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