A5 Quilt Draw Winner Dubreuilville Lions Club

A5 Quilt Draw Winner Dubreuilville Lions










As part of our A5 convention, the committee came up with a new idea. Each club was asked to send in a patch to make an A5 quilt. The patch was to represent the uniqueness of each individual club in our district. What started out as an idea, became a beautiful symbol of our district. Pictured here are the Dubreuilville Lions who’s club won the quilt. DG Carmen Portelance personally delivered the prize and even managed to let go of it. Dubreuilville does not have a clubhouse, so they have decided to let each member take the quilt for a day to their homes. Once everyone has had a chance to show off the quilt, there will be draw and one lucky member will get to keep the quilt. This is a beautiful legacy of A5 and the pride we all take in our northern District.

When reaching the president, Lion Martin Bergeron, he was pleasantly surprised and couldn’t wait to share the news with his club.
We would like to thank all who participated in some way or another like providing a square for the quilt representing their club, buying raffle tickets, selling extra tickets, and especially reading all my emails…LOL
The quilt committee and I would like to give a very special thank you to Cindy Bee’s Quilt Shoppe in Espanola for sponsoring this project and going the extra mile to get this piece of history finished on time for us.
Finally, I would like to thank the quilt committee to have agreed to take on this big project with me and creating such a beautiful quilt… I’m very humbled by the whole experience.
Again, thank you all!
Lion Annie Chartrand 😊
History quilt chairperson