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Club Notes T The Green Mountain Doll Club of Vermont raised bases. Hazel Geake, with help from fellow doll club member Jan Fullington, handcrafted a miniature porcelain "Dolly Dingle" as the luncheon souvenir. Treasurer Frank Swasey took charge of registration check-in. Luncheon chair Mary Swasey and her planning committee were delighted that the luncheon was a great success. he Green Mountain Doll Club of Vermont hosted a Region 15 "Small Doll Tales" fundraising luncheon in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. The luncheon logo was created by Lyra McMullen with luncheon proceeds beneļ¬ting UFDC, GMDC and the Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF). Joanna Rudge Long from CLiF shared information on how children in Vermont and New Hampshire enjoy the fun of reading. There were thirty-nine helpers headed up by Betsy Silcox, Carmen Brunelle and Arlene Erit. People took chances to win prizes including a one-of-a-kind miniature room constructed and furnished that served as a special helper for CLiF. The charming Terrace Room in the Fireside Suites and Inn held sixty-one attendees including Region 15 Director Joyce Stamps and immediate past UFDC President Ada Diedrich. Debbie Tewksbury ensured table hosts were prepared. Guests enjoyed programs presented by Jean Grout, as well as The "Small Doll Tales" committee (L-R) Mary Swasey (chair), Pam Simpers, helpers and sales tables full of dolls and related Arlene Erit, Betsy Silcox, Hazel Geake, Lyra McMullen, Carmen Brunelle, items. High quality handcrafted teddy bears by Gwen Morey (club president), Donna Toneatti (club vice-president). GMDC member Pam Simpers were among the items on the sales table headed by Gwen Morey. The GMDC Traveling Doll and Book Exhibit was on display along with several large children's pop-up books. Characters from popular fairy tales were recreated into table centerpieces by Donna Toneatti with Gwen's decorated gift The Little Red Riding-Hood centerpiece was made by boxes serving as The "Dolly Dingle" souvenir doll, created by Hazel Geake, is displayed with her presentation bag and table favor hat. 176 SPRING 2014 Donna Toneatti and the decorated box (pedestal) was made by Gwen Morey for the "Small Tales Doll" luncheon. Dollmaker, Hazel Geake, holds "Dolly Dingle," the souvenir piece given to all attendees at the luncheon.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Doll News Spring 2014

From the Editor
UFDC Officers and Regional Directors
President's Message
Conference Calendar
Welcome Newer Members
Fundraising Committee Report
Shared Passions - 2014 UFDC Convention
Tasha Tudor + Dolls = Enchanting Art
Early Juneau Bebe Part II
My Dear Hitty
A Capital Affair 2013 Antique Competitive Exhibit Part II
A Capital Affair 2013 Modern Competitive Exhibit Part II
A is for Annabelle - the story of a doll
Annatasha - A Paper Doll
A Visit to the Coleman Collection
Unending Delight - Tasha's World of Dolls
A Capital Affair 2013 Special Exhibit - The Four Seasons of Sandra Sue
A Capital Affair 2013 - Beautiful Boys, Gorgeous Girls - Asian and American BJDs
All About Lavinia Loring, A French Fashion Doll Reprinted from THE LETTER, Volume 3, Number 1, Summer 1983
Life before TV - UFDC Region 1 Conference
Christine Crocker - The Pastoral Dollmaker
Capturing the Classics - The Classic Plaything Collection of Wendy Lawton
The Story of Marjorie Tudor
Behind the Scenes - Regional Director Training
Isn't It Romantic
In a More Romantic Time - A Paper Doll
I is for Inspiration
Judging Dolls in UFDC Competitions
Club Notes
Reviewing Resources
Region Director Candidates
In Our Memories
News & Notes

Doll News Spring 2014