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Retreat was another success, a huge thank you Jan and Sharon for giving us a weekend filled with fun, prizes, and time to show off our projects. In the past hearing the oohs and ahhs from people who understand and appreciate how much time and effort goes into our quilts and other crafty things has always made me smile. I hear it was warm and sunny enough to go for a stroll outside along the beach. The website should have some great photos posted on the projects and maybe some of the sites. If you took some pictures at retreat, there should be a folder on the website to post to. I'll be getting on to see what the mystery was this year. I always have too much to finish at retreat to work on it then, but as a participant I get the instructions and do a small one later.

The education committee has some amazing teachers this summer with Lily Huebsch, Deb Tucker, and RaNae Merrill coming to impart their knowledge. Please contact Sue Magyar to sign up.

 The Annual Meeting is Saturday, April 13th at 10 AM at the Christ Lutheran Church, 128 N. Soldotna Ave. in Soldotna. The 2024 Challenge Blocks - Texture, is due at this meeting to go gallivanting around the Peninsula on display.

The newsletter has a lot of information, so take your time to read through it and see what is happening.

Summer time in Alaska is the time to go out and enjoy nature and everything Alaska offers. In Arkansas, summer is the time to stay inside (in the AC) and get inside work done. And for anyone wondering, I did manage to get the tile done in the laundry room. Not WHEN I planned to, but it did eventually happen. 

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