Membership dues for the 2020-2021 membership year remain the same, $50 with an early bird rate of $40 if paid on or before December 31, 2020; HOWEVER
, if you were a guild member for the 2019-2020 year (December 1, 2019 – November 30, 2020), you are automatically considered a guild member for the 2020-2021 year (December 1, 2020 – November 30, 2021) and you do not need to renew your membership or pay membership dues (LQG Board directed), due to an abbreviated guild year because of COVID.If you were not a member in 2019-2020
, you will need to complete a membership form and pay dues for the 2020-2021 guild year (December 1, 2020 through November 30, 2021). Remember, your membership form must be postmarked on or before December 31, 2020 to receive the early bird rate. Mailing instructions are printed below.Click here for the 2020-2021 LQG Membership Form.
Remember to complete ALL
sections of the membership form and sign your form
. Your signature gives us the okay to use any photos that you may be in for guild purposes and your consent to receive guild communications via your email address. Remember, your personal data is important to our organization. Your contact information will not be sold to, shared with, or traded with any third party by the Lincoln Quilters Guild (LQG). It will only be used for LQG membership purposes and to communicate LQG newsletters, bulletins and/or special announcements with you. As a public organization, the Lincoln Quilters Guild reserves the right to take and use photos taken at guild events for promotional and other Guild purposes.
Individuals joining or renewing from July 1 through November 30 will pay a pro-rated dues amount of $25 for that guild year, and then start paying the full annual rate with the next guild membership year.If you Pay in Person at a Guild Meeting
Complete a membership form (please print) ahead of time and bring it with you along with your dues payment and drop it off at the Membership table to receive your membership packet. The membership table will be open for business one hour prior to guild meeting as well as a short time after the meeting. You can pay your dues in person with cash, check or credit card.If you Pay by Mail
Complete your membership form (please print) and mail it along with your check, payable to the Lincoln Quilters Guild to: Membership Chair, PO Box 6861, Lincoln, NE 68506. Remember to pick up your membership packet at the Membership Table prior to any regular LQG meeting.Questions?
Contact Membership Co-Chairs, Roddy Humeniak at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or Sherry Taylor at email@example.com
When attending the monthly meeting, all members (new and old) are asked to register their presence at the 'check in' table in the foyer. There is a $5.00 fee for first time visitors and a $15.00 fee for subsequent visits per LQG year.
Membership Book2020-2021 Membership Book-General Information
(revised)2020-2021 Member List
(as of 7-12-2021)
The member list will be updated periodically. You must be a member of the guild to access the member list. Members will receive the password to the secure members-only area of the site when dues are paid. If you haven't received the password, or if you have lost it, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Your membership will be verified and the password will be sent to you. Please be patient, as we will process your request as soon as we can.
Tip: If you want to save any part of the membership book to your computer, RIGHT-CLICK on the link above for the part you want to save and choose the appropriate option from the menu that will appear.
The guild maintains a library of quilt related books and magazines, stored in the guild’s Resource Room. The librarians bring several books to each guild meeting. Members may check out books for one month. Click here for the most current list of books in the collection.
Click here for the Lincoln Quilters Guild By-Laws.
For members who are serving on a guild committee, or members interested in volunteering for a committee, the pdf documents below contain descriptions of the work some of these committees do as well as the policies that are in place to help guide the operations of each committee.