About Us

 

Welcome to the Honeybee Quilter’s Website. The Mandarin area, evening guild was established over 25 years ago and is part of the 7 Sisters Quilters Guilds in the Jacksonville area. We meet on the 1st Tuesday of each month and have loads of fun but also learn so much about quilting. The monthly meetings may include the annual Ugly Auction, Birthday Party or our Holiday party along with quilting instructional meetings with area teachers. 

 We participate in the Jacksonville Quiltfest and have several members on the board.  Twice  a year members and guests are invited to attend a  quilting retreat held at Epworth Retreat Center on St. Simon’s Island 

and Lake Swan in Melrose, Florida

The Honeybee members are proud of the charity work they have done over the years. This includes either raising funds for local charities or quilt donations to non-profits such as K-9 for Warriors, Hospice, Wounded Warriors, Betty Griffin House, and the Mandarin Food Bank, 

We welcome visitors to come to the monthly meetings and hope you will join us in the future.
 

We currently have a project to donate sewn pillowcases to a children's charity - bring finished cases to Pat Guilford or Jeanie Jacobson.   In addition we are collecting donations of anti-ouch pouches for breast cancer surgery patients. 


Officers

  • President:  Elaine Stemetzki
  • Vice-President:  Marie Breslin
  • Secretary:  Jeanie Jacobson
  • Treasurer:  Pernie Gilbert


Meetings

  • Honeybee meetings are the first Tuesday of the month
  • Mandarin Presbyterian Church
    6:30 p.m. social, 7:00 p.m. meeting
    12001 Mandarin Road (West Campus)

Alternate Address 11844 Mandarin Road (East Campus)

Quilts for JSO child welfare unit.

Quilts for the Jacson ille Sheriff’s Child Welfare Unit

Each year Honeybee Guild members make quilts for Hospice, shelters and other groups.  This past year the Honeybee Quilters donated quilts to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Child Welfare Department.

Betty Griffin House

Carolyn Allen presents a check to an Administrator of the Betty Griffin House for battered woman.

Carolyn  Allen  presents  a  check  on  behalsf  of  the  Honeybee  Guild  members  to  an  administrator  at  The Betty  Griffen  House  for  battered  adults.  

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