Ocean Waves Quilt Guild
P.O. Box 63
Lewes, DE 19958
For general information about the Guild ~
President ~ Rita McConnell
For class or program information ~
Pam Procaccini & Carol Olynyk
For membership information ~ Barbara Wood, Jan Holly
To contact the newsletter ~ Emma Miller OWQG.Newsletter@gmail.com
To donate fabric or quilts~
For community service project information ~
Marilyn White, Connie Jo Martinez
The Sunshine Chair; for cards to be sent ~
Webmaster to submit information ~
Louise Finn email@example.com
2021-2022 Guild Officers
President - Rita McConnell
Vice President - Dottie Vuono
Secretary - Susan Fisher
Treasurer - Joan Flanigan-Clarke
Past President - Judy Moller-Gavlick
Officers are selected by a nominating committee and then voted into office by the membership at the guild meeting.
Additional nominations are accepted from the floor.
Voting takes place at the July meeting.
Officers are installed at the September meeting.
2021-2022 Committee Chairs
Historian - Dottie Vuono
Newsletter - Emma Miller
Website - Louise Finn
Yearbook - Cheryl McCann
Community Service - Marilyn White, Connie Jo Martinez
Fons & Porter Subscription Drive - Anne Rogerson
Fundraiser (even years) -
Program/Classes -- Trish Moller/
Pam Procaccini and Carol Olynyk
2023 Quilt Show Coordinators - Heidi Kuchta, Skip Claiborne, and Lana Powell
Retreat - Mindy Patton, Tracy Young
Sunshine - Joan Sciorra
Ocean Waves Quilt Guild is celebrated it's 20th birthday in April, 2017
On April 7, 1997, Ocean Waves Quilt Guild came to be. Ocean Waves quilt Guild began as a conversation among three members of a guild that met in the evening, which was at a distance from their homes. It was a long drive and difficult to always attend with family responsibilities. They felt there was interest in starting a daytime quilt guild. A group of 18 friends, looking to have fun and expand their quilting knowledge and learn new skills - closer to home and meeting in the morning.
The logo of the Ocean Waves Quilt Guild is a blue and white Monkey Wrench or Snail's Trail quilt block. It was chosen by the charter members because it resembled a rolling wave.
Ocean Waves Quilt Guild Banner