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Volunteer Needed for SCCQG Board Position

Debra Clutter  | Published on 7/6/2018

Election season is approaching for the Southern California Council of Quilt Guilds (SCCQG) and several positions are up for election this year.  They are President, Programs Chairperson, Newsletter Editor, and Secretary.   We are pleased to report that volunteers have stepped forward for President, Programs, and Newsletter Editor.  This means that we are still in search of a person willing to serve as Secretary.

According to the SCCQG bylaws, Article IV, Section 11, the duties of the Secretary are as follows: 

The Secretary shall act as the Chief Recording Officer of the Council and shall affix the seal of the corporation to all documents and records requiring same. The Secretary shall be responsible for maintaining minutes of all Council and Board meetings and providing same to Council and Board members for their approval. The Secretary shall maintain the Council’s Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, as amended and a record of all Board Officers and their addresses. The Secretary shall have such other responsibilities given to him/her by the Board.

Board meetings are held quarterly usually via teleconference in the month following the quarterly in-person general meetings. This is a two-year position.

If you are interested in volunteering to serve, please contact Nominating Committee co-chairs, Beth Stanton (btstanton@yahoo.com) or Candace Crain (kandis55@gmail.com) as soon as possible.  We are hoping to announce a full list of candidates at the July 14 general meeting. The election will be held at the October meeting.


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The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve and continue the traditions, culture and history of quilting; to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting; to contribute knowledge and promote the appreciation of fine quilting; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilt making techniques, textiles and patterns through educational meetings.