We had a second celebration for our birthday this week. There were quite a few members who had not been last week and have in fact not been so far this year. Narelle and Kerry hosted the event and everyone enjoyed it.
We had 28 this week. Please be aware at all times of social distancing . It is easy to become complacent but we do need to be vigilant. We keep the windows open to allow as much fresh air as possible and self catering works well.
I received a phone call from Betty Wilson's daughter-in-law this week. Betty is in a care home and is 96 years young. Many of you remember her. Her daughter-in-law, Karen has a number of quilts and wall hangings to donate to us from Betty. She will pop in for a visit one Thursday.
Joy brought in two buckets full of her wonderful lemons for us all to share. Thank you Joy.
Ann asked if anyone had a cumquat tree for her to make jam. She was inundated and brought in some of her bounty.
Akiko is ordering more wadding.
Robyn delivered 47 baby quilts to Westmead. We have another lot ready to go.
Show and Tell:
Kerry has finished her wagga and it looks great.