Thursday, July 21

Date:  Third Thursday of each month
Time:  6:30 p.m.
Location:  Social Time Starts at - 6:30 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church
INDOORS
510 W Ottawa St, Lansing, MI 48933    
Fat Chance:  Red, White & Blue 

Thursday, July 14

Date:  Second Thursday of each month
Time:  6:30 p.m.
Location:  â€‹Via Zoom    
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Capitol City Quilt Guild (CCQG) was organized in March, 1984, to encourage fellowship, cooperation, and learning among area quilters and to promote public appreciation for creativity and high standards for quilting.  CCQG is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization giving to the community education, hosting quilt shows to spread the art of quilting.  The Guild members make and donate quilts for various charities and as well as provide free education seminars for the public on the art of quilting.
 
For complete General Information visit:
http://www.capitolcityquiltguild.org/GenInfo.php

 
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May 2022
April 2022
March 2022 VIDEO
So here we are again, with another spring coming our way. Hope springs up (along with the early bulbs) that we can continue to move back to more normal public gatherings. In the meantime, we have a variety of new things to look forward to. We will be installing a new Board in a little over a month. We have a number of interesting speakers lined up over the next few months. And we have another Guild challenge set up for next September. Before long we may even be able to have small group meetings in person, and get some Guild retreats planned.

As for our new Board, we are still looking to fill some positions. If you are interested in helping keep our Guild up and running, consider volunteering for one of the positions that need to be filled. The Guild website has descriptions of the Board positions listed under the members tab. So check them out and see if you can help out your Guild. Remember, the Guild is what we make it.

And as this is my last letter to you all, I would like to thank the Board for all their guidance during my jump-in-the-deep-end presidency and for all their help during the uncertainties of the pandemic. It certainly has been an interesting journey, and I am glad that I had you all along for it. And thank you, Guild members, for being patient will all the changes we had to endure during the pandemic and your continued support in providing so many donation quilts during this time.

Let’s go quilt! Cathy Skelton
multi color stripe

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