The Prairie Pioneer Quilters were organized in August of 1986 to encourage an appreciation 
of the art of quilting by providing educational meetings, travel, fellowship and the promotion
 of a variety of quilting activities.  

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, August through May (except December).  

St. Leo's Catholic Church
2410 South Blaine Street
Grand Island, NE
Prairie Pioneer Quilters
Grand Island, Nebraska
   2020 - 2021 PPQG Officers / Committee Chairs:

   President: Janice Stuhmer
   Vice President: Tina Johnson
   Secretary:  Mahria DePaolo
   Treasurer:  Libby Mader
   Treasurer's Assistant:  Vanessa Green
   Parlamentarian:  Missy Lemons
   Membership:  Anita Polansky, Sandi Griepenstroh
                          Carol Phillips
   Librarian:  Donnise Larsen 
   Historian:  Beth Engler
   Programs:  Sandi Griepenstroh, Natalie Meyer
   Courtesy:  Pam Ogden
   Publicity:   LInda Lesiak
   Newsletter:  Penni Jensen
   Community Projects: Susie Powell, Kay Knowles
​   Website:  Vicki Bartels
   Yearbook: Lisa Foglesong
Next Meeting:

Thursday, March 11
7:00 p.m.

Meeting will be held at 
Material Girl Quilt Store
3415 W State St.
Grand Island
2020 - 2021 Calendar

March 11:         Material Girl Quilt Shop: Lecture and Trunk Show

April 8:           Connie Lange from Norfolk, a certified Judy Niemeyer                         instructor, will be presenting a lecture and trunk show.                          Connie will be at Material Girl to help cut, March 20, for                         her class scheduled for Friday, April 9, 9:00 am at Material                         Girl.  See Facebook page for details.  Sandi and Natalie                         are taking sign ups now, and class size is limited to 15.  

April 9/10:      Workshop with Tonya Alexander

May 13:          Suzanne Milbourn and Carmen Ostrander:  Suzanne is an                         award-winning State Fair quilter.  She, along with her                                 sister Carmen, will present a Trunk Show and talk about                             what it takes to make a great entry for the fair.