Finding the Sacred in Scrapbooking    

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Whether it is the first day of school or a tearful goodbye to your college student, these are part of the emotional journey that happens each of us sometime in our lives. As parents we are proud of our students and sad of the passing of time. But these memories can be captured and thus last a lifetime. Memories are the precious gifts that we can share with one another. So come, build your story and share the gift of your sacred moments from the ordinary moments of your life

 

  • Friday, September 15th, 7:00 p.m. – 12 a.m. in St. James Hall 2/3. Enter Door 9.
  • Whether you are new or a veteran scrap booker, there are great ideas and tools to share. If you’re new to scrapbooking, bring 4 pictures from a similar event/time frame. We’ll help you get started by providing some themed kits, paper and tools. If you’re a veteran, bring your gear, share your passion, and meet some new scrap friends!
  • Please RSVP to Rita Gitchell at 630-962-9707 to reserve space, materials, and for planning purposes.
  • Future Dates. For those of you who like to plan ahead! We have a Lake Geneva outing planned in November, and Camp Scrap-a-lot in January (it’s actually a log cabin!). If you’re interested call or stop by to get the details!