"Scraps of the
designed by Debbie Long
a variety of 1930s reproduction prints, members constructed a gorgeous
scrap quilt for this year's raffle to benefit Ronald McDonald
Charitites in both Maine and New Brunswick. Shown here are
Joline and Theresa who sold tickets at the craft fair at the Pembroke
School in December '17.
The lucky ticket was drawn on the
last day of our quilt show in September 2018.
The winner was
Jennifer Mitchell of MDI. In all over $2,000 was raised.
designed by Bonnie K. Hunter
From the sale of raffle tickets, we were pleased to donate over
$2,000 to Ronald McDonald Charities in both Maine and New Brunswick. The lucky ticket
was drawn on the last day of our September 2016 Quilt Show; Heather
Ross of Red Beach was the lucky winner. Above are members
Carmelle Garant, Lynda Duplissea, Wanda Pollock, Sue McIver, and Patty
designed by Susan Dyer and Nancy Raschka-Reeves for Glad
All together, we sent $3,252.46 to the Ronald McDonald House in
The winner of the quilt was Kim Beal of Milbridge.
Above are members Pauline Wood, Joline Cook, Bonnie Hunter, and
"Back to Nature"
designed by Wing and a Prayer Designs
A total of $3,000 was donated to the Ronald McDonald House in
The winner of the quilt was Dawn Phillips of
Above is the Quilt Show Committee: L to
R: Bonnie Hunter, Sue McIver, Joline Cook, Joanne Spencer,
Theresa Wright, Jane Eaton, and Mary Ann O'Brien.
designed by member, Shirley Slauenwhite
A total of $2,150 was donated to the Ronald McDonald House in
The winner of the quilt was Anita Johnson (above
left) of Robbinston, ME
shown with quilt show chair, Joanne
designed by Cori Derksen and Myra Harder for Electric
A total of $2,076 was donated to the Ronald McDonald House in
The winner of the quilt was Jane Eaton of
Shown above are members Jen Lacasse and Liz
A total of $926 was donated to the Ronald McDonald House in
The winner of the quilt and matching pillows was Teresa Porter
(above right) of Calais,
shown with member, Mary Smith.
total of $800 was sent to
First Step, Washington County's partnership to end domestic
(Does anyone know who won the quilt?) If you do,