The weather was great for Friday's Rotary Golf Outing. I helped with set-up on Thursday evening and Friday afternoon. The dinner and silent auction were lively. I contributed Nine-by-Nine Patch, which brought $175, and a certificate for a t-shirt quilt, which brought only $125 (someone will get a good deal). This was our club's 17th golf outing. The proceeds, nearly $30,000, support local and international projects, including $12,000 in scholarships for Zion-Benton Township High School. (In addition to my husband's and my major sponsor status, plus the quilts, I bought raffle tickets. This year I won a gift basket from my beauty salon with a certificate for a mani/pedi and shampoo, conditioner, and other toiletries.)
(Red noses for a good cause: this was a heads/tails elimination game. The last person standing (not me) got $250.)
Meanwhile, in the studio: my chief accomplishment for the week was finishing Baby Bird's I Spy which you can see in the previous post.
I made more batik stars. I'm contemplating what color to use for sashing. (Without it the four nine-patches at each intersection will be blobs.)
Busy week coming up with two medical procedures (it's that time again), an Every Quilt Tells a Story program for a P.E.O. chapter, my last library system board meeting, and the AAUW fundraiser purse-and-accessory sale.
I'm linking up with
Main Crush Monday
Design Wall Monday