Bee displays can be viewed in the slide show for that month's meeting on the Show & Tell page.
2020 Bee Display Schedule:
The Featured Bee of the Month is also responsible for the meeting set-up and clean-up. There will also be a sign up sheet on the sign-in table for individuals who are not members of a bee.
Sorted by Bee Sorted by Month January - River Queen Bee Friendship Bee - February - No Display (Charity Sew-in) Kept in Stitches - March - No Display Material Girls - August April - River Queen Bee - January May - Sew Happy Bee - September June - No Display-VBS Shady Ladies - July - Worker Bee Southside Bee - August - Material Girls Worker Bee - July September -Sew Happy Bee October - November - December - no display, no meeting
Previous Displays for the Bees:
Buzzin' Bees display at the March 2006 Meeting.
THE HARDY BEE - August display can be seen by viewing the August 2007 Meeting Slide Show on the Show Tell page.
Kept in Stitches Display at September 2006 Meeting. Their Sept. 2007 display can be seen by viewing the September 2007 Meeting Slide Show on the Show Tell page.
Material Girls Display at February 2006 Meeting. Their Feb. 2007 display can be seen by viewing the February 2007 Meeting Slide Show on the Show Tell page.
THE SHADY LADIES displayed at the May 2006 Guild Meeting. Click here to see their display. Their May 2007 display can be seen by viewing the May 2007 Meeting Slide Show on the Show Tell page.
SOUTHSIDE BEE displayed at the June 2006 meeting. Click here to see the display.
STITCHES IN TIME displayed at the October 2006 Guild Meeting. View display October 2007 display can be seen by viewing the October 2007 Meeting Slide Show on the Show Tell page.
THE NEWBEE was a beginner bee that met at Trinity Parish on the day of the guild meeting. It was led by Kate Holdgreve. See their display at the May Meeting. Finished projects were shared with the Guild at the September meeting. See September 2006 Meeting Slide Show.
ELOISE VASS (2006 Beekeeper) displayed at the August 2006 meeting. View display
Bee Charity Projects:
2013. (October) The Kept in Stitches Bee presented Alma Carter with a friendship quilt in honor of her service to the bee. View Friendship Quilt.
2007. The Material Girls made a quilt for raffle to benefit the Alzheimer's Association and the Hardy Bee donated a quilt to benefit the charities sponsored by this year's Home Tour. View the quilts and the ladies that made them.
2006. The Shady Ladies and the Material Girls each made quilts to benefit, respectively, Franklin Co. CASA and SML Discovery Shop. View the quilts.
In the fall of 2005 SOUTHSIDE BEE members of the Lake Quilters Guild donated "Critters" to the Children's Dept. of the Franklin County Library in Rocky Mount. Pictured holding the quilt is Teena Livsey, Charity Committee Co-Chairman. Members worked on the quilt for over a year. The quilt was designed by Betty Hatfield. The quilt will be a permanent display at the library.