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April Showers. . .and Guild Meetings. . .

The April meeting will be held at the Fifth Third Bank THIS Tuesday at 7pm. No special supplies needed, but since we've had so much to do for the past few months, we thought a serious show and tell was needed. Bring your Lenten finished objects, a project you've been working on or something you're having trouble with. . .and show off! Ann W from Knitting Room will be giving a presentation on the history of knitting. We'll also be collecting for the May dinner/swap and sale. Dinner will be provided by the Coffee Beanery and will be around $10--we'll have the exact amount on Tuesday.

If you're headed on the retreat with us, we'll have some last minute details just for you. April has been a month where the BSKG has been showered with gifts. . .Kate has been hard at work getting goodies to make the retreat the best yet! (I know, we've only had one other, but still. It's the thought!) Check out the side bar to see who has generously sponsored our retreat so far. . .the list will be updated as more things arrive!

Speaking of being showered with gifts--
Kim won a gift while she was knitting at Beaumont this weekend! How nice when kindness is returned with kindness!

Judith is famous!
She also had her kindness rewarded this week! Her selfless giving was noticed, and rewarded. Read about it here and here (make sure you read the comments). . .and you can help her select a gift here! (I'm pushing her toward the circular needle cases. . .you may want to purchase one for yourself!)

See you Tuesday!
--t

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