The Port St. Joe Quilt Guild, long known for its charitable acts and contributions to the veterans Wounded Warrior program, donations of quilts to area schools and agencies for children and seniors, had members participate in the Central Panhandle Fair in Bay County.


The Port St. Joe Quilt Guild, long known for its charitable acts and contributions to the veterans Wounded Warrior program, donations of quilts to area schools and agencies for children and seniors, had members participate in the Central Panhandle Fair in Bay County.



They were big winners.



Bonnie Wynne won six first-place blue ribbons and five second-place red ribbons on her 11 entries.



June Davis, Guild president, won second place, red ribbons, for her three entries, a quilt front, pillow and table runner.



Nancy Davis, newest member of the Guild, one four first-place blue ribbons and Best in Show for her Christmas quilt.



The Guild is looking for new members and meets twice a month at St. Jamesí Episcopal Church. Please contact June Davis at 229-1089 if you like to attend a meeting.