Tennessee Valley Region - The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc. Welcomes You!
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TVR Photo Album
|The Tennessee Valley Region
of The Embroiderers' Guild of
America, Inc. covers ALABAMA, GEORGIA, KENTUCKY, MISSISSIPPI
(eastern portion), TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA (western portion),
(western portion), and CYBERSPACE.|
Contact Information for TVR Officers and Committee Chairmen - 2017-2019 Click Here
June 21-24, 2018
Meadowview Conference Resort (Marriott)
conveniently located off I-26
PRE-Registration NOW OPEN!
Class photos and descriptions are posted here CLICK HERE
Pre-registration open to all TVR members throughout the month of May 2017.
Share-A-Stitch XXXVIII Pre-registration form (click here) or below:
To pre-register, open the form, print it, complete it and mail to registrar as directed on the bottom of the form.
Envelopes must be postmarked by May 31st to be considered in pre-registration.
Pre-registration cost: $35 non-refundable.
Full registration: $220.
Hotel reservation details will be posted in SAS brochure later this year.
Registrar: Marlene Buckles,
mmbuckles @ msn.com (remove spaces)
Chairman: Debbie Cosper,
d_cosper @ hotmail.com (remove spaces)
Share-A-Stitch XXXVIII REGISTRATION FORM
Upcoming Board Meetings 2017TVR Board Meeting
9:00am Friday, November 10, 2017
Hampton Inn, Athens AL
***click HERE for hotel and lunch information***
Note: Share-A-Stitch Advisory Committee meeting will be held in hotel lobby at 7:00pm on Thursday, November 9th.
Message from our TVR Region
Welcome to the corner of the web that belongs to the Tennessee Valley Region of the Embroiderersí Guild of America!
The Tennessee Valley stretches from Mississippi, through Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and parts of Virginia and West Virginia.
We are proud to also offer a CyberStitchers chapter for those who want to join in the fun but canít make it to face-to-face meetings.
Our region is one of thirteen nationwide regions of EGA. The chapters within TVR have their own unique personalities and work under their own direction to support and further the mission of EGA which is to inspire passion for needle art through education and the celebration of its heritage.
EGA membership has afforded me and many others with genuine inspiration through a dynamic program of education.
Pre-EGA, I was perfectly content expressing my needle art through counted cross stitch. After joining EGA, I discovered the magnificently diverse world of needle art under the direction of world-class teachers, patient tutors and newly-minted friends.
Check out egausa.org to discover more learning opportunities. Is the time right for you to try something new?
As Director of the Tennessee Valley Region, let me be the first to invite you to join us!
Marnie Graley, Director
Tennessee Valley Region
EGA National Projects
President Leslie Gagliardi National Outreach project supporting Alzheimer's Research
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