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Tole It To The Mountains - White Mountain Decorative Painters Guild
Tole It To The
Mountains
www.wmdpgnh.org
The Official Newsletter of the White Mountain Decorative Painters’ Guild
An Affiliated Chapter of the Society of Decorative Painters
Volume 31, Issue 5
[email protected]
October 2014
President’s Corner...
Cindy’s Circus
Hello Everyone and happy fall, this is such a beautiful time of the year, when mother nature gives us
such a gorgeous display of color not to mention the
yummy goodies that are made this time of year. I
just love it! Although; I didn’t expect to be flat on my
back looking out the window.
Autumn is most definitely here! I love this season
for the smells of apple pie, pumpkin bread, and
soon Turkey and stuffing!
From what I hear, the September meeting was quite
intense and many were involved in the discussion
regarding the Chapter showing appreciation for
those members that volunteer their time to NET.
Thank you Cindy for taking over and making things
work out within the Chapter. And I hope there are
plenty of members running for office or for the
Board.
White Mountain Decorating Painters’ Guild needs
YOU!
Elaine
I can’t believe NET has come and gone already! I
can’t wait to see what you’ve been painted, please
bring it for the Palette Potpourri table Thank you for
all that you have done for the Chapter!
I want to also give a “Thank you” to those who volunteered to help out at NET. We are nothing without
our volunteers. YOU ROCK!
The September Meeting was wonderful and a big
THANK YOU to Dotty Pullo, CDA for sharing with
us her adorable snowman ornaments. I believe
most everyone finished them, and how cute they all
were.
Our November Meeting will be taught by Deanne
Fortnam, MDA. She will be showing us how to do
Strokework on a mat board. The cost is $18.00 and
will include the surface, pattern, and paint. Our
meal is going to be POT LUCK – See the sign-up in
this newsletter to bring something. If you have any
questions, please contact Sue Mangano.
The afternoon
project for the
Hope you can join us for the November meeting!
November 9, 2014
meeting is with
Cindy Harrison
Vice President
2014 WMDPG
Deanne Fortnam, MDA…
You don’t want to miss this one!!
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Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 1
Directions...
Directions to
Country Inn & Suites
So. River Road, Bedford
From points North, take Rte 3 South/Everett Turnpike, take Bedford Exit which will bring you in front of
Macy's. Take a right on Rte 3 and follow this south
until you pass IHOP & Bugaboo Creek, go over the
highway and the hotel is on the hill on the right.
From points South, take Rte 3 North/Everett Turnpike, get off at the Airport exit before the toll booth, Rte
3 Merrimack. Go North on old Rte 3 toward Bedford. The hotel is 2 miles on the left. Get into the left
lane just after the set of lights (junction of Animal Hospital/Neurospine Center/Hampton Inn).
From points East, take Rte 101 West/293, get off at
the Bedford Exit bringing you to South River Road/Rte
3. Take a Right and follow that until you pass IHOP &
Bugaboo Creek, go over the highway and the hotel is
on the right on the hill.
2014 Calendar of Events...
January 12
January TBA
January 24
February 15,16
February 9
March 9
March 21
March 23
March 29
April 26
May 2-3
May 4
May 12-17
June 14
July 25
July 20
August 11-16
August 23
September 13
September 14
September 26
October 8-12
October 18
November 8
November 8
November 9
November 21
December 7
General Meeting
NECC/NET Meeting
Newsletter Deadline
NECC/NET & NET Selection Committee
Board Meeting
General Meeting
Newsletter Deadline
Kim Hogue Workshop
Board Meeting
NECC/NET Meeting
Lynne Andrews Workshop
General Meeting / Lynne Andrews
SDP National Convention
NECC/NET Meeting
Newsletter Deadline
Board Meeting
HOOT– Ohio Convention
NECC/NET Meeting
Dotty Pullo Workshop
General Meeting / Dotty Pullo
Newsletter Deadline
NET Marlboro
Board Meeting
NECC/NET Wrap Up Meeting
Deanne Fortnam Workshop
General Meeting / Deanne
Fortnam
Newsletter Deadline
Board Meeting (Joint)
2014 WMDPG Officers & Board of Directors
President
1st Vice President
Newsletter Editor
Secretary
Treasurer
Membership Sec
Board Members
Alternate
Elaine McMahon
Cindy Harrison
Sue Hodgkins
Tricia Joiner
Jo-Anne Naugler
Cheryl Barb
Larry Provencher
Nancy Schlis
Dotty Pullo
Kathy Tanguay
Melanie Knox
Sue Mangano
603-863-7863
603-429-3556
603-225-9074
603-203-8818
603-465-3405
603-424-2918
603-772-2522
603-926-1562
781-438-6907
978-458-1042
603-529-7129
603-437-3437
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
2014 Presidential Appointments...
Centerpiece
Egg & Ornament
Annual Raffle
Historian
Hospitality
Installation Coordinator
Memory Box Program
Mercantile
NECC/NET Rep
NET Country Store WMDPG
NET Country Store Co-Chairs
Nominating Committee
Paint-Ins
Parliamentarian
Bag Raffle Coordinator
Special Events Co-Chairs
Secret Pals
Service Project/Charity
Seminars
Workshops
Volunteer Award Chairs
Website Chair
Deb Courville
Marj Kiley
Jo-Anne Naugler
Sue Mangano
OPEN
Leeanne Kelly
Elaine McMahon
Marilyn Moses
Jackie Seastedt
OPEN
Sue Hodgkins
Tricia Joiner
Melanie Knox
Sue Hodgkins
Kris Lafayette
SUSPENDED
Donna Frost
Sue Mangano
SUSPENDED
Debbie Fortin
Leona Magnarelli
Cindy Harrison
Cindy Harrison
Cheryl Barb
Leona Magnarelli
Cindy Harrison
603-880-3791
603-483-2949
603-465-3405
603-437-3437
603-689-8700
603-863-7863
603-382-5284
603-642-5156
603-225-9074
603-203-8818
603-529-7129
603-225-9074
978-667-5709
603-648-2386
603-437-3437
603-429-0429
603-927-4660
603-429-3556
603-429-3556
603-424-2918
603-927-4660
603-429-3556
2014New England Chapters Council
NECC President
NECC Vice President
Secretary NECC/NET
NECC Treasurer
NECC Advisor
NET Chair
NET Asst Chair
NET Treasurer
NET Advisor
Regina Brown
Kris Beckman
Mary Frambach
Margo Wiggin
Rocky Rockwell
Julie Talarski
Laura Peterson
Sue Dowds
Grace Markaukas
[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
The deadline for the next issue of
Tole it to the Mountains is
November 21, 2014
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Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 2
WMDPG General Meeting...
Date:
November 9, 2014
Place:
Country Inn & Suites, So. River
Road, Bedford

Directions:
See page 5

9:00-10:00
TheTables: Palette Potpourri, Chapter Chatter, Coffee, Tea and Ice Water (Compliments of the Chapter)
Boards (upcoming events), Goodie
Bag Raffle
Things to Bring to the Meeting
A Friend or Guest
Something for the Palette Potpourri
Your painted name tag
Money for raffles & Fundraiser tickets
Memory Boxes UNFINISHED/FINISHED
Item for David’s House
Brown Bag Goodies for the raffle
Craft supplies you no longer need for the
women’s prison.
Your calendar and money for the
workshops / seminars and other
opportunities.
Secret Pal gifts.
Your usual painting supplies
Ornament for Swap plus extra one for
David’s House

10:00-11:30
Business Meeting
11:30-12:30
Potluck lunch
12:30-4:00
Afternoon Program with Deanne
Fortnam, MDA
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General Meeting Registration Form
Name:
Phone:
Guest:
Email:
Please indicate the following:
Yourself
Guest
Business Meeting
Yes / No
Yes / No
Afternoon Project
Yes $18 / No
Yes $18 / No
Potluck Lunch (will bring dish?)
Yes $5.00/No
Yes $5.00/No
If Yes, will bring _________________
Make checks payable to: WMDPG
Mail to:
Total Enclosed:
Return this form ASAP if
you are planning to
participate in the afternoon
project.
Cheryl Barb
6 Den Ave
Merrimack, NH 03054
603-494-1959
Registration Deadline:
November 1, 2014
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
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Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 3
WMDPG General Meeting Minutes—Sunday, September
14, 2014
10:02 a.m. Pledge of Allegiance
Welcome - Vice President Cindy Harrison greeted our members and guests. She explained that Elaine was
undergoing surgery and could not be present. Therefore, she was acting on her behalf. Cindy asked the
membership to please sign the “get well” card.
OLD BUSINESS
Secretary - Tricia Joiner - The Minutes were published in the newsletter. There were no corrections or
changes. The motion to accept as printed was made by Nancy Schlis and seconded by Jeni Bognore. It was
passed without discussion and the minutes will be filed as published.
Treasurer - Jo-Anne Naugler - Due to her illness and her husband’s hospital stay, Jo-Anne was absent. The
motion to accept her report as printed was made by Kathy Tanguay, seconded by Debbie Fortin and was
passed without discussion. It will be filed as published.
Vice President - Cindy Harrison - Afternoon Programs, Workshops and Seminars
Cindy explained that today’s program will be painting two gourd snowmen, taught by Dotty Pullo, CDA.
Lunch for the day will be a cold cut sandwich platter.
The November afternoon program will be painting stroke work on a mat, taught by Deanne Fortnam, MDA.
Lunch for the meeting will be a Pot Luck organized by Sue Mangano. More information about Deanne’s program will be posted in the next newsletter before the November General Meeting.
NEW BUSINESS
Newsletter - Sue Hodgkins - The deadline for the next newsletter is November 21st. Sue reminded us to
please send pictures of what you have done to organize and clean up your painting area or studio. Also, if
you have any clever tips & tricks, we would like to publish them.
Membership - Cheryl Barb - We now have 76 chapter members, including Harry Joiner who joined today. 29
of our members have registered to attend NET
Hospitality - Leeanne Kelly - absent. No report
Tole Gate - Leeanne Kelly - absent. Deb Courville collected for her.
David’s House - Leona Magnarelli - Don’t forget to bring a painted ornament for David’s house in November!
Memory Boxs - Jackie Seastedt & Marilyn Moses - Some new painted boxes were brought in today. Please
take more boxes to paint.
Secret Pals - Debbie Fortin - Remember the BIG REVEAL is at the November General Meeting. Please
paint and sign something special for your secret pal.
Vote on By-law Changes - The planned vote for changes in the by-laws could not take place because the
changes had not been published in writing to the membership two weeks prior to the meeting. The by-law
changes vote must take place before the election because the changes will effect the election. Therefore,
both the by-law changes and the election will be voted on at the November General Meeting.
2015 Workshops - Cindy Harrison - Dotty Pullo will be taking over the responsibilities of arrangements for
workshops. Maryse Roy, a WMDPG member who lives in Maine, and Carol Howard projects will be on display and voted on at the November meeting for 2015 workshops.
2015 Ballot - Kris Lafayette - A tentative list of the nominees for the 2015 officers was presented. President Cindy Harrison, Vice President - Dotty Pullo, Newsletter Editor - Sue Hodgkins, Secretary - Tricia Joiner,
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WMDPG General Meeting Minutes—Continued
Treasurer - Carol Beers-Witherall, Membership Sec. - Debbie Fortin, Board Members - Cheryl Barb, Donna
Frost, Jo-Anne Naugler, Nancy Schlis, Melanie Knox and Ann Wifholm.
It has been suggested that we reduce the number of Board Members At Large from 5 + 1 to 3 + 1 because of
the large decrease in our membership. This is a by-law change and will be posted in the newsletter and voted on at the November meeting before the election.
It has also been suggested that we waive the years able to serve in office for the Newsletter Editor so that
Sue Hodgkins can continue to do this job for another year.
Seminar/Retreat - Dotty Pullo & Tricia Joiner - It has already been decided that an appreciation seminar,
taught by Mary Svenson, would be held on April 18th and 19th using part of the NET dividends. The contract
has been signed. We will not cancel the Seminar. For the attending members, only Mary’s class fee will
be covered by the NET dividends. Surfaces and lunches will not be included. At the last Board Meeting the
following motion was passed: The Motion states that (an “in good faith” fee of $20.00 would be paid at the
time of registration. This fee will be refunded at the time of the seminar when/if the member attends.)
It had also previously been decided to hold a retreat in the spring of 2015. Since the chapter has such a busy
schedule, concern was expressed that we had too much going on. Thus, the Board voted to put the two
events together. Dotty and Tricia both said they were willing to do the work necessary to make the Retreat
happen but only if at least 18 chapter members (the number necessary to break even on expenses) wanted
to attend. A show of hands was asked for. More than enough members said they wanted to come. They
were asked to be prepared to pay deposits at the November meeting so that we could go forward with plans.
Proposed tentative seminar schedule:
Friday - Check in, meet and greet, and light dinner
Friday evening - choice of 2 two or three hour classes
Saturday - choice of Mary’s seminar or Tricia’s class
Saturday evening - Dutch treat restaurant dinner, vendor tables, entertainment
Sunday - choice of Mary’s seminar (same project as Saturday) or other shorter classes
(two, three or four hour classes - depending on what is submitted and chosen).
Any members interested in teaching at the retreat should bring their projects to the November meeting. List
the time required, the complete materials costs for what goes home, what is borrowed, and the medium used
for each submission. A vote on the projects to be offered at the retreat will be held during the November
meeting.
A motion was made by Kris Lafayette and seconded by Nancy Schlis that the 2015 budget include $1900 for
the Appreciation Seminar to cover function room, teacher’s fee, and teacher’s hotel room/food/mileage expenses. The motion passed.
A motion was made by Nancy Schlis and seconded by Sue Mangano that the 2015 budget include $1500 for
the Retreat to cover an extra classroom, teachers’ fees and one lunch for each teacher. This money equals
the expenses to the chapter for twenty members at $75.00 per person. It does not include surfaces or lunches. The funds will be replaced by the membership registration fees. The motion passed.
NET Country Store/WMDPG - Tricia Joiner - Tricia repeated her explanation of our additional method to contribute to NCS. This plan allowed for consignment items, giving the painter an opportunity to make some
money for their work. The painter would get sixty percent, the chapter twenty percent, and NET twenty percent of the selling price. Donated items will still be gladly accepted. There was considerable excitement as
members gathered around the sale table today making purchases. They will have a little extra money to
spend at NET. At this sale, during the meeting, the artist will receive 80% of the money earned and WMDPG
receives 20%. Tricia reminded everyone that we would again have a sale table at the November General
Meeting where the NET donation items and any additional painted consignment pieces will be sold. This includes new consignment pieces (items not for sale at NET) members choose to bring in.
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WMDPG General Meeting Minutes—Continued
NET Country Store Co-Chairs - Melanie Knox and Sue Hodgkins - Volunteers are still needed for Tuesday’s set up and Wednesday - the busiest sale day.
NET Liaison - Sue Hodgkins - Sue reminded everyone that she needs to give ten hours to either move-in
and move-out or the front desk to fulfill her liaison requirement and could use some volunteer help. She also
mentioned that Shout-Outs could be placed in the booklet for $15.00.
NET Emergency Meeting - Cindy Harrison and Sue Hodgkins - A special soul searching meeting was held to
decide what the future of the NET Convention should be. Because of the dropping attendance, if the convention continues as is NET will go bankrupt.
Some ideas discussed:
1. Discontinue the convention altogether
2. Hold a retreat instead of a convention
3. Hold a smaller convention housed only in the hotel
4. Change the dates of the convention
5. Hold a smaller convention and change the dates
Part two of the discussion included what the WMDPG’s future role should be. We now have two shares. Do
we keep both shares or reduce our responsibilities to one share. We are no longer the largest chapter. It is
now the Capitolers. Getting volunteers to handle the jobs is getting more and more difficult and is only made
more of a problem by our decreased membership.
Incentive for Members - 2015 Budget Items
The Board passed a NET Volunteer Appreciation motion. The motion was that the WMDPG budget $500.00
to show appreciation for hours worked at the 2014 NET convention on WMDPG assigned jobs in two hour
increments. Only hours worked on WMDPG’s two primary responsibilities and those of our Liaison would
qualify.
Board comments: Prizes should be given in $20.00 increments, giving 25 chances to win. The drawing will
take place at the November meeting. The more hours worked, the more chances to win.
Member comments: We don’t volunteer for money. “We volunteer from our hearts - not for a raffle. Everyone who volunteers should benefit - not just those whose names are drawn.
The motion was made by Sue Mangano and seconded by Tricia Joiner to budget $500.00 as an incentive for
members who volunteered to work at NET. The motion passed with 20 in favor, 4 opposed, and 8 abstentions. It was decided that a sub-committee be formed to decide how to spend the money.
A motion was made by Deb Courville and seconded by Debbie Fortin to give free 2015 memberships to
WMDPG members who paid their dues in 2013 or joined the Chapter in 2014 and are members in good
standing with SDP. The motion passed.
A motion was made by Shirley Cochis (SP) and seconded by Jeni Bognore to provide free lunches to members attending the General Meetings. The motion passed.
FUNdraiser/Annual Raffle 2014 and Bag Raffle - Sue Mangano - both raffles were held.
Palette Potpourri Drawing: Leanne Kelly - In Leanne’s absence Deb Courville officiated over this drawing.
Centerpiece Raffle - Deb Courville - A big “Thank You” to Nancy Schlis for providing today’s centerpieces.
Adjourn - (12:00 p.m.) The motion to adjourn, made by Debbie Fortin and seconded by Nancy Schlis and
was passed unanimously.
Respectfully submitted,
Tricia Joiner, WMDPG Secretary
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April 2015 Retreat News...
Workshops...
Thank you everyone for bringing in your retreat
class submissions. Now that we have generated
excitement for the event we need to bring the projects back to the November meeting with the project
cost, length of the class, and if the cost includes the
surface or not. If you are not planning on coming to
the November meeting please email me a picture of
your piece with the additional information to
[email protected] and I will add your picture
to our display.
Thank you Dotty Pullo, CDA for the most wonderful
day of fun painting the chickadees. They all turned
out beautifully.
I think our guild will have a hard time choosing from
so many wonderful and fun projects!
To all that brought in projects, you did a great job
and the “Retreat Committee” thanks you.
Dotty Pullo
White Mountain Decorative
Painters Guild
We are honored to have Deanne Fortnam, MDA instruct us at the last of our 2014 Workshops.
It has been a wonderful year for painting opportunities! I hope you were able to take advantage of all of
them (or at least some of them).
Next year’s schedule hasn’t been finalized yet, but
we do have one of our long standing members, Maryse Roy coming for a workshop and afternoon program. Voting on projects will happen at the
November meeting.
Cindy Harrison, VP
Presents
2014 Workshop with Deanne
Fortnam, MDA
Ornament Swap!!
Please join in the fun and remember to bring an ornament to the meeting for the ornament swap.
Deanne’s class
is FULL!
What a nice problem to
have!
If you can, please bring an extra one for David’s
House! They would like newborn boy and girl orn
aments, and anything for toddler boys and girls. For
inspiration, they have a race car, old McDonald, Zoo
and flower rooms but we know they would appreciate any ornament we make.
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Page 7
Thank You
Happy Birthday
It gave me much pleasure and appreciation
for all of you that have expressed your warm
thoughts, prayers, love and cards for my
speedy recovery. Thank you! It means so
much to learn people care. I am doing as well
as can be expected, everything is on track
and hopefully I will be back soon.
Oct.— Marj Kiley (23), Elaine McMahon (4), Arlene Menzigian (4), Marilyn Moses (6), Janice Tomlin (10)
Thank you to Cindy Harrison, Officers and
members of the Board for keeping our Chapter going. You all are truly wonderful people
and I am proud to have you in my life.
Dec.—Linda Conners (14), Fran Gelinas (5), Cathie
Parker (8), Celeste Pitts (26), Kathleen Tanguay
(21), Maureen Wilson (4)
Nov.— Margaret Daly (13), Linda Evans (19),
Christine Kane (25), Karen Kopf (12), Mary Svenson (23), Elizabeth Vitale (9), Margo Wiggin (28)
Elaine
Odds and Ends!
“Giving Back to WMDPG”
The teachers listed below will give 5% of your
total to WMDPG when you purchase items from
their website. You must tell them you are with
WMDPG at the time of your order.
If your birthday is not listed please contact
Leeanne Kelly at [email protected]
Rebecca Baer - rebeccabaer.com.
Cindy’s Decorative Painting - www.cdpnh.com
Tricia’s Legacy Designs - www.tricias.com
Memory Box News...
Thank you to the friends who painted the wonderful Memory Boxes this past year! How varied and beautiful each one was! Eight boxes
were delivered to Elliott Hospital where they
were gratefully received.
Please consider this service project as you
paint this coming year. Boxes are always available at the chapter meetings and all designs
are welcome.
Thank you for keeping this in mind! We’re looking forward to seeing your new designs!
Marilyn Moses and Jacque Seastedt
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Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 8
Treasurer’s Report as of June 29, 2014
1/1/20143/31/2014
Category
4/1/20146/30/2014
7/1/20149/25/2014
OVERALL
TOTAL
INCOME
Charity
Fundraising
General Meeting
Interest
Membership Dues 2014
Membership Dues 2015
Net Dividend
Newsletter
Other
Seminar
Workshop
TOTAL INCOME
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
32.00
243.00
1,027.00
0.19
50.00
1,200.00
117.50
2,591.01
1,490.91
6,751.61
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
16.00
148.00
620.00
0.21
70.00
48.42
510.00
270.00
1,682.63
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
19.00
153.00
372.50
0.12
40.00
30.00
200.00
814.62
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
67.00
544.00
2,019.50
0.52
160.00
30.00
1,200.00
117.50
48.42
3,101.01
1,960.91
9,248.86
EXPENSES
2015 Retreat
Awards
Dues-SDP-NECC-SDP, NECC
General Meeting
NET-Country Store items
Office Expenses
SDP Banquet Table decoration
Seminar
VP Trip to Nationals
Website-hosting
Workshops
TOTAL EXPENSES
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
12.57
250.00
817.78
10.00
65.57
1,035.42
2,191.34
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
100.00
266.98
48.72
59.29
103.27
2,303.29
750.00
123.30
3,754.85
$
$
$
$ 1,011.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
438.50
$ 1,449.50
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
100.00
12.57
250.00
2,095.76
48.72
59.29
103.27
2,313.29
750.00
65.57
1,597.22
7,395.69
OVERALL TOTAL
$
4,560.27
$
Checking Acct Balance 1/1/14
Income
Disbursements
Checking Acct Balance 9/25/14
CD
Money Market Account
Net Worth
(2,072.22) $
(634.88) $ 1,853.17
$4,407.66
$9,248.86
$7,395.69
$6,260.83
$8,018.96
$5,003.86
$19,283.65
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More 2015 Retreat News!
RETREAT
RETREAT
RETREAT
Dotty Pullo and Tricia Joiner (retreat co-chairs) are delighted to announce that our WMDPG membership voted to hold a painting retreat next April. Remember to save the dates - April 17 - 19,
2015. The Retreat will be held at our General Meeting location - Country Inn & Suites in Bedford.
You may stay overnight at the hotel for a discounted rate or spend the night at home.
Tentative Schedule - Friday - Check in, light deli platter dinner, optional 2 or 3 hour class
Saturday - Appreciation Seminar with Mary Svenson or choose a regular class - Winter Snow Scene
- with Tricia Joiner
Saturday evening - Dinner out as group (Dutch Treat), vendor tables and entertainment
Sunday - A repeat of Mary’s class and optional other classes for those who painted with Mary on
Saturday.
If you are interested in teaching, please remember to bring your project to the November General
Meeting to be voted on. The project must be labeled with length of class, costs and medium, Two,
three and four hour projects are requested. We will also be voting on Mary’s project at this meeting.
Her project choices will be on display.
Please bring your checkbooks and be prepared to pay your deposit for the retreat. We must have
close to 20 people signed up in order to go forward with our plans. First come, first served for your
choice of days for Mary’s seminar. We will have more information ready for you at the November
meeting.
A Painter’s Retreat
New England Chapter Happenings...
Want MORE painting opportunities? Find out who’s coming to a Chapter/Shop near YOU by logging on to www.newenglandtraditions.org and click “NE Chapter Happenings” in the left margin. A
list of Chapters/Shops will appear. Click on BOLD lettered Chapter/Shop to find out who is coming
to New England. United we Stand, Divided we Fall.
If you are a teacher, hold classes, workshops or seminars and are an active member in good standing with your local Chapter, you qualify to have your business/name posted on this page as well.
Please notify Cindy Harrison, NET Social Networking Coordinator and she will ‘link’ you up!!!
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 10
Society of Decorative Painter News—October, 2014
The Society of Decorative Painters Board
Meeting to go over the budget is usually held in
November but this year it was changed to October. We have many changes to make and a
critical need to put them into effect as soon as
possible. We were pleased that this time, although only the 2015 budget was approved, we
studied the forecast for 2016 and 2017. We
were sad to hear Paintworks and associated
magazines have gone out of business and that
Tim Mulvey has decided to stop holding the
Houston Expo. The Decorative Painter is now
the only painting magazine in print but there
are several ezines available including the new
Pixilated Palette.
It’s a good idea to join Facebook and several of
the groups on Facebook such as Tole Painters
Unite! to keep up with all the news.
On past trips to Wichita we had discovered
Mrs. O’Leary’s, a very fun shop that carries
scrapbooking, cardmaking, jewelry making and
other creative supplies as well as antiques. It’s
located in the Old Town Section of old warehouses and vibrant new restaurants and shops.
Vice President Wendy Watson suggested we
spend time together just having fun and arranged for us to make a steampunk necklace
since Gear Up for Art is our theme for Conference 2015 in St. Charles IL May 11-16! Chris
Haughey of Cupboard Distributing is our conference artist. We had a great time in St.
Charles for 2013 Conference so expect that
we’ll have another great turnout. The only
downside is the 45 minute shuttle ride from the
airport but it doesn’t seem so long when the
shuttle is full of painters. 2015 registration will
not open in December like it has for the past
few years and the conference special will be
available on-line not quite as soon as it was
last year. But, the classes have been chosen
and we were able to peak at the planning binders to see what class each of us would like to
take next year.
Unfortunately, due to the date change for the
board meeting in Wichita, neither Quarry
House nor SDP were able to have a booth at
NET. I got home and drove down to Marlborough Saturday night so I would be able to volunteer and shop. This was the first time I
helped and the job wasn’t hard. We’ve been
told NET will be smaller next year but if the
same vendors come, there will be plenty of
shopping to do. Please do not forget to renew
your SDP membership. So many people are
used to renewing at one of the shows. It is due
now. Renewals after December 1 will be late
and there will be a penalty charge because
magazines for late renewals have to be mailed
separately.
At NET, I was asked by more than one person if
I was glad I had served on the SDP board and
the answer is Yes. Many of the reasons are the
same as the being on the chapter board. Both
are worthwhile in meeting more people and
forming more friendships as well as being proud
of what is accomplished. Look at how much
our chapter members accomplish during the
year from community service projects to fun
programs. Don’t forget that the officers do a lot
of work and have less time to paint so whatever
you can do to help out is appreciated. I used a
quote from Helen Keller: “Alone we can do so
little; together we can do so much.”
The Society of Decorative Painters started with
only 22 members and look how it grew! The
growth of painting started an entire new industry providing jobs for hundreds. Although membership has decreased, most aging out, the retention rate is about 86% which is phenomenal!
We are very lucky to have a very active group
of chapters in New England.
Donna Frost
Past President, The Society of Decorative
Painters
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 11
NET Volunteer Hours!
NET Country Store—WMDPG
NET Volunteer Appreciation Recognition…
Thank you everyone for your contributions to NET
Country Store. Hopefully, we will sell it all and be
able to put the money towards more fun things for
our chapter members to do.
The membership voted at the September General
Meeting to budget $500 “to show appreciation for
hours worked at the 2014 NET Convention in 2 hour
increments.” In the August Newsletter an article
was posted regarding “Guidelines” for a “Drawing”.
The general consensus was that members were not
in favor of a “Drawing”. One of the suggestions was
to use the money towards a “free” volunteer workshop. The details have not been solidified yet, however.
If you volunteered to help Cheryl Barb in
Registration, Melanie Knox at NET Country Stores,
or Sue Hodgkins reach her 10-hour requirement, please make sure that your hours were
recorded in the Volunteer notebooks at the Registration & NCS stations. For every hour worked,
you will be recognized!
Secret Pal Thank You!
Thank you to my Secret Pal for the bag of
ephemeral! I love it and can’t wait to be able to
sit and create some wonderful things.
Cindy Harrison
Thank you also to all of you who participated in the
Show and Sale at our last meeting. There was a lot
of excitement as members gathered around the
painted items selecting the art work that they wanted to purchase. The total earned was $207.00 of
which WMDPG received $41.40. By now the members whose paintings sold have received their
checks. This will give them a little cash to possibly
take to the trade show and purchase something
special they might not have otherwise been able to
afford.
We will be holding another NET Country Store Sale
at the November General Meeting. Any remaining
donated items from NET will be on sale for a discounted price and any unsold consignment items
will also be available. Take this opportunity to bring
in any additional painted pieces you would like to
sell to your fellow members. Again, twenty percent
of the selling price will go to the chapter. The rest is
yours. Keep painting!!! Participate!!! Earn money!!!
Purchase Christmas gifts!!! Support your chapter
and your fellow members!!!
Tricia Joiner
Reminder...
Have you renewed your SDP membership!!
Look for the renewal form in this
newsletter.
ALSO REMEMBER…
WMDPG is giving FREE 2015 renewals for all
2014 members, however, you must complete
the White Mountain form stating that you
want to be a member and that your personal
information is the same.
Sending Well Wishes
to our
Madame President, Elaine!!
Praying for a speedy recovery!!
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 12
Proposed By-Law Changes...
Proposed changes to our By-Laws.
These changes will be voted on at the November General meeting.
IS:
Article VII. Executive Board
The Executive Board shall consist of the elected officers, the five directors, the Parliamentarian and the
immediate Past President.
CHANGE TO:
Article VII. Executive Board
The Executive Board shall consist of the elected officers, the three directors, the Parliamentarian and the
immediate Past President.
Reason: Five directors provided a good sampling of our members when our numbers were over 400. Our
numbers are now under 80. We have been recycling our members to fill these positions.
IS:
Article VI. Elected Officers
Section
Duties of the officers shall be as follows:
H.
Five Directors shall be elected by the membership at the annual election.
Their term of office shall be one year. No Director may hold the office of Director for more than
two consecutive full terms.
CHANGE TO:
H.
Three Directors shall be elected by the membership at the annual election.
Their term of office shall be one year. No Director may hold the office of Director for more than
two consecutive full terms.
IS:
Article VII. Executive Board
The duties of the Executive Board shall be:
If a board member is absent from three consecutive board meetings without notification to the President, the President shall ask said member to resign. Five consecutive absences shall constitute
automatic removal.
CHANGE TO:
If a board member is absent from two consecutive board meetings without notification to the President, the President shall ask said member to resign. Three consecutive absences shall constitute automatic removal.
Reason: The Board use to meet TEN (10) times a year: 5 before each General Meeting and 5 between General Meetings. We only meet FIVE (5) times now.
WMDPG Painters’ Attic Sale
As was mentioned at the May meeting, we had such a wonderful time during the March Painters’ Attic Sale
that we would like to make it possible for two members at each meeting to make a little money. If you are interested in ‘renting’ a table at one of our meetings, please contact me. First come, first serve. One lady’s
stash is another lady’s treasure!!!
Cindy Harrison, VP
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 13
SDP Website Changes!!
SDP is happy to announce a brand new way to enjoy our digital edition of
The Decorative Painter!
Visit http://decorativepainters.epubxp.com/i/251506 and login with your Member ID* number and your Last
Name (Case Sensitive, the same way you already log in to our Members Only section) and you will be able to
enjoy our new digital edition on your computer, tablet, or mobile device.
In addition to better supporting the many different devices (iPhones, iPads, Kindle Fire HD, etc.) that you may
use, we are also excited to give you new tools and special features for getting the most out of the magazine
that you love.
Go beyond simply flipping through the magazine pages, you can now:

Search the entire issue for keywords (your favorite artist’s name, a project title, etc.)
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Click on the titles of projects in our table of contents and jump right to that section
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Click web links on the page that go to artist pages, vendors, and additional SDP content
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Print or download just the pages you want
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You can even crop sections of a page to save as a PDF or print just what you want!
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And more!
We will continue to post The Decorative Painter, the linework, and our Exclusive Members Only Bonus Projects in the Members Only section of www.decorativepainters.org – this is just another benefit of SDP
membership that we have developed for you.
For now, only Issue #1, 2014 is available in this tool, but as more issues of The Decorative Painter are published with this method, you will be able to access back issues with this same format!
Just like our existing print and PDF edition, it's packed with the art and artists you love, and we'd love to hear
what you think of this issue on the Society's Facebook Page.
Come Visit My New Website!
http://www.cdpnh.com/
Thank you for visiting my booth at NET!! In the spirit of Giving—Receive a
20% discount on all DecoArt & Ranger Products on my website!
Save shipping—I’ll bring your order to the meetings!
Classes available: Wednesdays 10 am – 12:30 or 6:30 – 9:00 pm
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 14
David’s House Wish List ...
Nominations...
President
Cindy Harrison
Vice President
Dotty Pullo
Treasurer
Carol Beers-Witherall
Secretary
Tricia Joiner
Membership Secretary
Debbie Fortin
Newsletter Editor
Sue Hodgkins
Past Pres. Advisor
Elaine McMahon
Members of Board
1
Cheryl Barb
2
Donna Frost
3
Jo-Anne Naugler
4
5
Nancy Schlis
Melanie Knox
6
Ann Wifholm
Paper towels
Tissues
Paper plates & bowls
Plastic utensils
Paper cups - 5 oz. only
Laundry detergent - powder
Kitchen sponges
Dishwashing liquid
Liquid hand soap
Dryer Sheets
Stain Removers
Juice boxes, Concentrated juices
Cookies and crackers
Cereal Bars
Cereal - single serving and regular
Pop tarts
Fruit snacks
Applesauce
Pudding Snack cups
Microwave Popcorn
Single serving microwave meals
Soups (small size)
Beef stew (small size)
Coffee creamer (powder)
Spaghettios/Ravioli (reg. size)
Sanitary napkins
Tampons
Panty shields
Nursing pads (disposable)
New DVD's (family appropriate)
Xbox 360 (teen rated or lower)
Wii Games (teen rated or lower)
-don’t worry about duplicates!
Postage Stamps
Phone Cards
Gift Cards are always
appreciated:
Lebanon Co-Op
Wal-Mart
BJ's
Shaw's Supermarket
Best Buy
Home Depot
K-Mart
Hannaford's Supermarket
Irving
New Items Only Please
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 15
Goodie Bags are Back!!
Clean, clean, clean your unwanted treasures and
bring them to our White Mountain Guild meetings to
raffle off! You may place them in boxes, brown or
plastic shopping bags, whatever works for you…will
work for the Guild. What a great way to evaluate
your supplies and earn money for our guild. Treasures may include surfaces, books, patterns, painted
items, paint…
General Meeting Raffle Rules
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Raffle held at general meetings
Members will bring bagged or boxed items to
be raffled in new or like new condition
Painting supplies, surfaces, paint, mediums,
books, magazines, useful items
Painted items
Tickets will be sold at that general meeting
Drawing for these items will be at the same
general meeting
All proceeds go to White Mountain Decorative
Painters’ Guild
Bag Raffle Coordinator
Sue Mangano — 603-437-3437
Don’t forget...
To bring your finished or undone projects,
that you painted at NET, to the meeting.
Share on the Palette Potpourri table. We all
want to see what you painted!!
Meeting/Event Cancellation Policy
Secret Pals...don't forget, the November Meeting is your BIG REVEAL! Please be sure to
paint something for your pal and be sure to sign
it. If you can't make the meeting, be sure to find
a way to get your gift there.
Cancellations for any WMDPG Event/Meeting will
be posted on our website:
Have fun and see you at the meeting. Happy
Painting!
no later than 8:30 am on the day of that activity. If
you do not have access to the internet, please call a
friend who does or call any Board Member. (See
Page 2 for phone numbers.)
Debbie Fortin
www.wmdpgnh.org
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 16
2014 WMDPG Raffle…
Child’s rocker painted by Joanne Naugler.
Noodle board painted by Melanie Knox.
Southwest style pastel house on sanded pastel paper
inspired by a pastel artist name Liz Hayward Sullivan
and painted by Sue Mangano
Oval Fruit Box painted by Deb Courville
Remember...
November is the Drawing!!!
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 17
Please! Print as many as you like, then print some more!
Sell them to your friends and families. Teachers, bring them to your studios and sell to your
students.
Fundraising Chairs:
Jo-Anne Naugler, 603-465-3405, [email protected]
Sue Mangano, 603-437-3437, [email protected]
To print from the newsletter: Open the newsletter to this page.
From the File menu, select Print. If you do not see the File menu, press the ALT key.
In the print menu, select Current Page.
Drawing is November 9, 2014
Drawing is November 9, 2014
________________________________
Phone: _________________________
WMDPG
2014
$1.00 Each or 6 for $5.00
ENTER TO WIN!
Name: _________________________
Address: _______________________
________________________________
Phone: _________________________
WMDPG
2014
$1.00 Each or 6 for $5.00
ENTER TO WIN!
Name: _________________________
Address: _______________________
________________________________
Phone: _________________________
WMDPG
2014
Thank You!
WMDPG
2014
ENTER TO WIN!
Address: _______________________
Thank You!
WMDPG
2014
$1.00 Each or 6 for $5.00
Name: _________________________
Thank You!
WMDPG
2014
Drawing is November 9, 2014
WMDPG
2014
Thank You!
WMDPG
2014
$1.00 Each or 6 for $5.00
ENTER TO WIN!
Name: _________________________
Address: _______________________
________________________________
Phone: _________________________
Drawing is November 9, 2014
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 18
News from NET
Opportunites for Service
White Mountain was well represented at NET this
year and I think a good time was had by all. Many
thanks to those who helped at the NET Country
Store and Cheryl Barb in registration and class
sales. I saw our members carrying buckets to clean
classrooms, standing guard at the Art Show, setting
out tablecloths for Move In/Move Out, cleaning
buckets, wiping down tables and monitoring classes. Some of our members took time off from work
and home responsibilities to come down to Marlborough just to help. They couldn’t stay the week or
even take a class but gave up a day or two just to
volunteer. WMDPG faces were well known in the
volunteer station. I personally would like to thank all
those who donated volunteer hours to me so that I
could fulfill my liaison hours. Thanks to all of you, I
had more than enough.
The women at the NH State Prison for Women in
Goffstown are gratefully accepting any and all donations of craft materials. The women would be especially appreciative of your unwanted fabric,
yarn, painting supplies, etc. Many of them sew and
do one stroke painting. These women are looking
for meaningful ways to spend their time, and many
of them cannot purchase their own supplies. Donations will also be used at Shea Farm,
which is the women's halfway house in Concord. Bring your unwanted items to any meeting
and Marj Kiley will collect them for distribution to her
daughter in law who teaches at the Prison. The girls
from the Prison were most appreciative of the items
collected from the January meeting. They loved getting the wood to paint and really loved getting all the
paints that Margo Wiggin donated. They have written a thank you note that was shared at the March
meeting. If you have any questions you can contact
Marj Kiley 603-483-2949 or Officer DiPietro 603 -668
-6137. You can also schedule a donation on your
own by contacting Officer DiPietro. Thank you for
your generosity!
I applaud the efforts of everyone who gave of their
time to make NET a success once again. It truly is
amazing that such a tremendous convention can be
pulled off solely by volunteers. The NECC and NET
boards are a dedicated group who work tirelessly
throughout the year to keep NET going year after
year.
Marj Kiley
For those who took classes and spent money at the
Trade Show, I hope that you walked away with a
year of inspiration!
Sue Hodgkins
Tips ‘N Tricks.…
While sitting at the NET Country Store for a
week, I had plenty of time to peruse (and buy) a
little cookbook put out by Tole n’ Me. The great
recipes look delicious but the selling point were
the “Helpful Hints” scattered throughout the
book. Most were tips on cooking but at the beginning of the book is a page of painting tips
from a Tina Greenfield seminar. The following
are a couple taken from that page.
* A damp paper towel is kinder to brushes
when wiping off paint than a dry paper towel.
* To sharpen a chalk pencil, put it in the freezer, then sharpen.
* Denim fabric acts like a fine tack cloth to remove dust.
* Background music opens up the left side of
the brain, the creative side, so you can paint
better!
Happy Painting!!
Sue Hodgkins
Newsletter Editor
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 19
Volunteers of the Year
November is a very busy month for WMDPG, not only are we electing a new slate of officers and members of
the board, we are also recognizing two very important and wonderful people in our Chapter. The Volunteers
of the Year are chosen based upon the commitment and dedication they have demonstrated to our Chapter and
SDP.
You must submit a name and briefly describe why you think this person will qualify and is deserving of this
honor and to be recognized by our peers. White Mountain Decorative Painters Guild would not exist without
people who are willing to give of their time and energy.
It is not necessary for you to decide which category the individual will fall into, the committee will assign it
based upon their membership with the Chapter. We have so many members that give so much of themselves,
that we, White Mountain want to give them a small token of our appreciation and the recognition they deserve.
Voting will take place at the November General Meeting. If you are unable to attend the November meeting,
please, take a moment to recognize that special someone by using the form below and mail or email the completed form to the committee.
Cheryl Barb
6 Den Ave.
Merrimack, NH 03054
[email protected]
Leona Magnarelli
PO Box 36, 36 Cascade Rd.
Wilmont, NH 03287
[email protected]
Remember, awards cannot be given unless YOU nominate another member. Your vote counts and could
make the difference in a tie. Please vote, it counts.
I nominate: _______________________________________________________________________________
This individual deserves the volunteer award because:
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Tole It To The Mountains
Volume 31, Issue 3
Page 20
2015 WHITE MOUNTAIN DECORATIVE PAINTERS GUILD
Newsletter Advertiser Contract
An Affiliated Chapter of the Society of Decorative Painters
Please take a moment to begin or renew your annual advertising contract and indicate which issues you would like to advertise in
and the size of ad you desire. Remember:

Two advertising options are available: by issue or by year (5 issues).

Advertisers who are White Mountain Decorative Painting Guild members get a discount, and to advertisers who commit to
5 issues. (If you commit to a year of advertising there is a 10% discount.)
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Ad copy and checks should be sent
to:
Tole It To The Mountains Advertising Rates
Sue Hodgkins
125 Portsmouth Street
Concord, NH 03301
Member
*Reflects a 10% discount for prepaid commitment of one full year (5issues) of advertising space. Different copy and/or artwork
may be submitted for each issue. Advertisers
will be notified prior to each Newsletter
deadline.
Any Questions? [email protected] or
603-225-9074
When possible, please email your ad to me.
1 Issue
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Tole It To The Mountains
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Size:
ad(s) in the following issues of Tole It To the Mountains.
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(Make check payable to WMDPG)
Return this contract with payment. A confirmation will be mailed back to you. E-mail:
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Page 21
2015 Membership Application — Society of Decorative Painters
Name:________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Last
First
Year Joined
Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
City_____________________________________________State____________9 Digit Zip Code_________________________________
Phone (
) _________________________________
□ Check box if this is a new address
New □ Renewal □ Membership#_______________
Chapter Affiliations: ______________________________________________________________________________________________
E-Mail Address________________________________Website:______________________________________________________________
□ INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP: $50 (renewals $55 if mailed after 12/1)
□ INDIVIDUAL/BUSINESS ASSOCIATE: $80
□ HOUSEHOLD MEMBERSHIP $30(For immediate family member sharing same address)
Check Enclosed (payable to SDP) or CHARGE my: □ Visa
□ MC
Card No.:_____________________________Exp. Date:___________________
Total $_________
Date:________________Signature:___________________________________
Mail form and payment directly to:
SDP
393 N. McLean Blvd.
Wichita, KS 67203
or:
Join online at:
https://www.decorativepainters.org
2015 Membership Application — White Mountain Decorative Painters' Guild
You must be a current member of the SDP to be a member of WMDPG.
Name:________________________________________________________________________________________________
Last
First
Year Joined
Address:______________________________________________________________________________________________
City_________________________ State______ 9 Digit Zip Code __________________ Check box if this is a new address: □
Phone (
) __________________________
E-Mail Address _________________________________________
SDP Membership # ___________
New Member □
Renewal □
As a THANK YOU for being a
member in 2014, your WMDPG
membership is FREE in 2015.
Please complete this form for our
records.
□ Newsletter Hardcopy add $10/year (optional)
□ I do not have a computer! Mail for Free!
□ Do not list email / phone to Membership
Let Us Wish You Happy Birthday: MM ______ DD ______
Shop Owner □
Teacher □
Student □
Would you be a teacher at a meeting or a workshop?
Yes___ No___
Medium Taught__________________
Would you be willing to be contacted for rides? Yes___ No___
Today's Date: _________________________
Referred By: ______________________
Questions? Call Cheryl Barb 603-424-2918 or email at: [email protected]
New members: dues is $20.00.
Please send form and payment
(check made payable to WMDPG),
to:
Cheryl Barb
6 Den Ave
Merrimack, NH 03054
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Tole It To the Mountains
Newsletter of the White Mountains Decorative Painters’ Guild
Sue Hodgkins
125 Portsmouth St.
Concord, NH 03301

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