GUILD NEWS

2022 Officers

President – Michelle Meyers

Vice President -Rita Sussman, Secretary – Ivy Rezak, Treasurer – Kitty DuBois Julian


Click to view & print this Adobe PDF file – 2022 Officers & Committees

Congratulations!!! to Tammy Marty 2021 Volunteer of the Year

***2020 U.S. CAPITAL CHRISTMAS TREE PROJECT***

Our Guild was honored to be asked to be a part of the 2020 U.S. Capital Christmas Tree project which included our Guild creating and making a tree skirt for Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue’s tree. The 12 foot tall tree is located in the Secretary of Agriculture’s office. The tree skirt, 12 feet in diameter, showcases the Colorado landscape; wildlife found across our U.S.D.A. Forest Service lands; and agriculture animals and crops produced by the ranching and farming families of Colorado.  
The tree skirt was made by:  Margaret Osborn, Corrine Thornberry, Alice McCracken, Kenda English & Connie Barry. THANK YOU!!!

***S&B Quilters Answering the Call to Make Face Masks for Our Local Hospital, Health Care Workers, & the Elderly Care Centers & Surgical Gowns for the hospital.***

March 30th over 250 cotton masks were delivered to DCMHospital. THANK YOU!!! to our quilters & friends .

March 30th, 1400 surgical splash masks were returned & delivered. THANK YOU !!! to our quilters. Our work was sent to be sterilized and will soon be delivered to hospitals and EMS services.

Our Amazing Quilters and Communities With the COVID19 shutting down our communities and the country, our wonderful ladies stepped up to make masks and gowns for the Care Givers in our area. Over 500 masks were made for the hospital, EMT’s and Senior Care Centers. Over 1400 surgical masks were made for Western Colorado, and 78 surgical gowns were made for the Delta Hospital. We can’t thank you all enough for the gift of your time and materials to help.


Congratulations to S&B Quilters’ Guild – Wednesday evening, November 14th, 2018 Hotchkiss Chamber of Commerce presented S&B Quilters’ Guild with the 2018 Non-Profit of the Year Award. Catherine Caldwell presented the award to Guild members Sallie, Wanda, & Rita. Thank You!!! to the HCC for recognizing the Guild with this award for all the charitable works that we share with our community. We are honored to receive this award. The Guild was officially formed in 1989. Kudos to all the quilters of our guild past, present, and current!!!!