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Gold Bug Quilters was started in July of 1987 with 12 members.  The name was chosen to represent our Gold Rush heritage.

The purpose of our guild is to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilting through education and fellowship.  Gold Bug Quilters also use their talents for community service projects.  Our members make cuddle quilts that are donated to Child Protective Services and Family Connections, and we encourage our members to make at least one cuddle quilt each year.  We also give annual scholarships to graduating high school students interested in the area of textile arts.

Program meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of the month at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 6831 Mother Lode Drive, Placerville, California. The doors open at 6:30pm and the meeting starts at 7:00pm.  The meeting is open to members and visitors.  The program consists of a brief information time, a special program, refreshments, "show and tell", and drawings for "pot of gold", birthdays, fabric basket, and "block of the month".

Each year in the fall, we hold a wonderful quilt show displaying the quilts of our guild members.

We are a proud member of the Northern California Quilt Council.


If you would like more information about our guild or its activities, you may email our current President, Carol Rollins, at goldbugquilters@gmail.com

OFFICERS & CHAIRPERSONS for 2016-2017

President

Carol Rollins

Vice president

Jayne Moore

Secretary:

Susan Krinks

Treasurer

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Valerie Leclerc

 

Programs

Vicki Codde, Pam Gerkovich

Newsletter Editor

Melissa Lewis