St. Paul Needleworkers
SPN'S MISSION STATEMENT:
To inspire passion for the needle arts through education and the celebration of its heritage.
The November/December 2023 issue of Needle News was emailed to members on October 16, 2023. If you did not receive the email, first check your Junk Mail or Spam folders. If you still can't locate the message, please contact Communication@StPaulNeedleworkers.org.
St. Paul Needleworkers has a new logo!
When EGA changed their logo a couple of years ago, our chapter logo needed to be updated also. The new SPN logo concept was selected at the SPN Annual Meeting in 2021. Over the past year, work has been done to develop a new logo design concept into the final design. Attached to this article is the result of that work. The SPN Board decided to order needleminders, which can be worn and/or used to hold your needle(s) rather than the traditional pins. Each 2023 member of SPN will receive one free. Additional needleminders can be purchased for $5.00 each. Members can obtain their needleminder at our chapter meetings or events. Due to the magnets, they will not be mailed to members.
Membership Renewal Time
A New Easier Procedure to Renew
Membership and the collection of dues this year will happen via PayPal. Each member will receive an email invoice via PayPal for the $52.00 yearly dues. Once you receive the email, open the email, and then open the invoice.
If you want to pay online via credit card or via PayPal, click on the “Pay $52.” Follow the easy directions.
If you want to pay with a check, print out the invoice and mail the invoice and your check to St. Paul Needleworkers, 1769 Lexington Ave N, #230, Roseville MN 55113. You may also mail the form on page 7 of the March/April issue of Needle News with your check to the same address.
Dues are $52.00 ($39 to EGA, $2 to Heartland Region, $11 to St Paul Needleworkers).
The dues cover the time period from June 1, 2023 through May 31, 2024.
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Embroiderers' Guild of America
The mission of the Embroiderer's Guild of America (https://egausa.org) is to inspire passion for the needle arts through education and the celebration of its heritage.