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## clayart mug exchange at nceca 2006!

### Jennifer Boyer on tue 24 jan 06

So get out your racers pots. It's time to plan for the mug exchange =20
at NCECA.

The 8th Annual Clayart Mug Exchange will take place here in the =20
Clayart Room at
6:45 pm on Friday, March 10.

Here are the particulars:

The Exchange is open to all members of the Clayart Internet =20
Discussion Group.

1. Pick a mug to exchange. Actually, it does not have to be a mug, =20=

but a ceramic object that you
made and think another Clayarter would like. Since all the =20
pieces will be put in bags for the
exchange, it must fit in a paper bag that measures =20
approximately 5=94 X 6=94 X 9=94.

name and contact information
inside the mug. It would be wonderful if you would include =20
mug, such as method of construction, firing temperature, and =20=

glaze on the card.

3. Drop off your mug here at the Clayart room any time on Thursday =20
or Friday. Print your
name neatly in the Mug Exchange Register, which will be in the =20=

Clayart room. We all love
looking at all the mugs during the conference, so bring your =20
piece for this Clayart Members
=93exhibition=94 as early as possible.

4. Come to the Clayart room between 5:30 and 6:30 Friday and =20
Hand it to a Muggette on Duty and they will put it in a =20
paper bag, seal it, and place
it on the table. You will be given a ticket for the Mug =20
Exchange. This time between
bagging your mug and the start of the exchange is a great =20
festive time to visit with

The doors will open at 6:45 for the exchange. You will need =20
enter the room. You will be sent to the table, where you will =20
choose a mug in a bag.
So others may choose, please don=92t hang around the table after =20=

5. After everyone present has picked a mug, try to get together =20
with both the person

picked. Part of
the point, and fun, of the Mug Exchange is to meet new Clayart =20=

friends.

Since there is a very well organized stay-at-home exchange, the one =20
at NCECA is limited to Clayart Members attending NCECA, who are able =20
to meet at 6:30 for the exchange. We find it=92s much more fun when =20
you get to meet your partner face to face. Also, only one item per =20
person may be entered into the exchange.

NOTE!!
So the Muggettes have had an email meeting and it looks like the crew =20=

so far is Rebecca Knight, Jennifer Boyer, Kathleen Gordon, Cheryl =20
Litman, Miki Caldwell and John Jensen.
We are putting out a call for a few new people, to keep a regular =20
rotation of volunteers going.

speak up!
Jennifer
________________________________________________________________________=20=

__________________________________

************************
Jennifer Boyer
Thistle Hill Pottery
Montpelier, VT

http://thistlehillpottery.com

### Victoria E. Hamilton on tue 24 jan 06

Jennifer, et al.

I would love to participate as a new Muggette! Count me in.

Vicki Hamilton
Millennia Antica Pottery
Seattle, WA - 5:09 pm, and still light out!

-----Original Message-----
From: Clayart [mailto:CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG] On Behalf Of Jennifer Boyer
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2006 16:24
To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
Subject: Clayart Mug Exchange at NCECA 2006!

So get out your racers pots. It's time to plan for the mug exchange
at NCECA.

The 8th Annual Clayart Mug Exchange will take place here in the
Clayart Room at
6:45 pm on Friday, March 10.

Here are the particulars:

The Exchange is open to all members of the Clayart Internet
Discussion Group.

1. Pick a mug to exchange. Actually, it does not have to be a mug,
but a ceramic object that you
made and think another Clayarter would like. Since all the
pieces will be put in bags for the
exchange, it must fit in a paper bag that measures
approximately 5" X 6" X 9".

name and contact information
inside the mug. It would be wonderful if you would include
mug, such as method of construction, firing temperature, and
glaze on the card.

3. Drop off your mug here at the Clayart room any time on Thursday
or Friday. Print your
name neatly in the Mug Exchange Register, which will be in the
Clayart room. We all love
looking at all the mugs during the conference, so bring your
piece for this Clayart Members
"exhibition" as early as possible.

4. Come to the Clayart room between 5:30 and 6:30 Friday and
Hand it to a Muggette on Duty and they will put it in a
paper bag, seal it, and place
it on the table. You will be given a ticket for the Mug
Exchange. This time between
bagging your mug and the start of the exchange is a great
festive time to visit with

The doors will open at 6:45 for the exchange. You will need
enter the room. You will be sent to the table, where you will
choose a mug in a bag.
So others may choose, please don't hang around the table after

5. After everyone present has picked a mug, try to get together
with both the person
picked. Part of
the point, and fun, of the Mug Exchange is to meet new Clayart
friends.

Since there is a very well organized stay-at-home exchange, the one
at NCECA is limited to Clayart Members attending NCECA, who are able
to meet at 6:30 for the exchange. We find it's much more fun when
you get to meet your partner face to face. Also, only one item per
person may be entered into the exchange.

NOTE!!
So the Muggettes have had an email meeting and it looks like the crew
so far is Rebecca Knight, Jennifer Boyer, Kathleen Gordon, Cheryl
Litman, Miki Caldwell and John Jensen.
We are putting out a call for a few new people, to keep a regular
rotation of volunteers going.

speak up!
Jennifer
________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________

************************
Jennifer Boyer
Thistle Hill Pottery
Montpelier, VT

http://thistlehillpottery.com

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### Jennifer Boyer on sat 28 jan 06

So it looks like we have a full list of Muggettes for this year.
There are a few folks who I'll put on a back up list, since 12 seems
like plenty for this year.
Thanks everyone!
Jennifer
On Jan 24, 2006, at 7:23 PM, Jennifer Boyer wrote:

> So get out your racers pots. It's time to plan for the mug exchange
> at NCECA.
>
> The 8th Annual Clayart Mug Exchange will take place here in the
> Clayart Room at
> 6:45 pm on Friday, March 10.
>

### Jennifer Boyer on mon 20 feb 06

In case anyone missed it:

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Jennifer Boyer
> Date: January 24, 2006 7:23:54 PM EST
> To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List Discussion List =20
>
> Subject: Clayart Mug Exchange at NCECA 2006!
>
> So get out your racers pots. It's time to plan for the mug exchange =20=

> at NCECA.
>
> The 8th Annual Clayart Mug Exchange will take place here in the =20
> Clayart Room at
> 6:45 pm on Friday, March 10.
>
> Here are the particulars:
>
> The Exchange is open to all members of the Clayart Internet =20
> Discussion Group.
>
>
> 1. Pick a mug to exchange. Actually, it does not have to be a =20
> mug, but a ceramic object that you
> made and think another Clayarter would like. Since all the =20
> pieces will be put in bags for the
> exchange, it must fit in a paper bag that measures =20
> approximately 5=94 X 6=94 X 9=94.
>

> name and contact information
> inside the mug. It would be wonderful if you would include =20
> mug, such as method of construction, firing temperature, =20
> and glaze on the card.
>
> 3. Drop off your mug here at the Clayart room any time on =20
> Thursday or Friday. Print your
> name neatly in the Mug Exchange Register, which will be in =20
> the Clayart room. We all love
> looking at all the mugs during the conference, so bring your =20=

> piece for this Clayart Members
> =93exhibition=94 as early as possible.
>
> 4. Come to the Clayart room between 5:30 and 6:30 Friday and =20
> Hand it to a Muggette on Duty and they will put it in a =20
> paper bag, seal it, and place
> it on the table. You will be given a ticket for the Mug =20
> Exchange. This time between
> bagging your mug and the start of the exchange is a great =20
> festive time to visit with
>
> The doors will open at 6:45 for the exchange. You will need =20
> enter the room. You will be sent to the table, where you will =20=

> choose a mug in a bag.
> So others may choose, please don=92t hang around the table =20
> after you have your bag.
>
> 5. After everyone present has picked a mug, try to get together =20
> with both the person
> you picked. Part of
> the point, and fun, of the Mug Exchange is to meet new =20
> Clayart friends.
>
> Since there is a very well organized stay-at-home exchange, the one =20=

> at NCECA is limited to Clayart Members attending NCECA, who are =20
> able to meet at 6:30 for the exchange. We find it=92s much more fun =20=

> when you get to meet your partner face to face. Also, only one =20
> item per person may be entered into the exchange.
>
>
>
> If anyone has any comments about the procedure of the exchange =20
> Jennifer
> ______________________________________________________________________=20=

> ____________________________________
>
>
>
>
> ************************
> Jennifer Boyer
> Thistle Hill Pottery
> Montpelier, VT
>
> http://thistlehillpottery.com
>

*****************************
Jennifer Boyer
Thistle Hill Pottery
Montpelier, VT
http://thistlehillpottery.com
*****************************

### Jennifer Boyer on thu 2 mar 06

ONE LAST TIME:

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Jennifer Boyer
> Date: January 24, 2006 7:23:54 PM EST
> To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List Discussion List =20
>
> Subject: Clayart Mug Exchange at NCECA 2006!
>
> So get out your racers pots. It's time to plan for the mug exchange =20=

> at NCECA.
>
> The 8th Annual Clayart Mug Exchange will take place here in the =20
> Clayart Room at
> 6:45 pm on Friday, March 10.
>
> Here are the particulars:
>
> The Exchange is open to all members of the Clayart Internet =20
> Discussion Group.
>
>
> 1. Pick a mug to exchange. Actually, it does not have to be a =20
> mug, but a ceramic object that you
> made and think another Clayarter would like. Since all the =20
> pieces will be put in bags for the
> exchange, it must fit in a paper bag that measures =20
> approximately 5=94 X 6=94 X 9=94.
>

> name and contact information
> inside the mug. It would be wonderful if you would include =20
> mug, such as method of construction, firing temperature, =20
> and glaze on the card.
>
> 3. Drop off your mug here at the Clayart room any time on =20
> Thursday or Friday. Print your
> name neatly in the Mug Exchange Register, which will be in =20
> the Clayart room. We all love
> looking at all the mugs during the conference, so bring your =20=

> piece for this Clayart Members
> =93exhibition=94 as early as possible.
>
> 4. Come to the Clayart room between 5:30 and 6:30 Friday and =20
> Hand it to a Muggette on Duty and they will put it in a =20
> paper bag, seal it, and place
> it on the table. You will be given a ticket for the Mug =20
> Exchange. This time between
> bagging your mug and the start of the exchange is a great =20
> festive time to visit with
>
> The doors will open at 6:45 for the exchange. You will need =20
> enter the room. You will be sent to the table, where you will =20=

> choose a mug in a bag.
> So others may choose, please don=92t hang around the table =20
> after you have your bag.
>
> 5. After everyone present has picked a mug, try to get together =20
> with both the person
> you picked. Part of
> the point, and fun, of the Mug Exchange is to meet new =20
> Clayart friends.
>
> Since there is a very well organized stay-at-home exchange, the one =20=

> at NCECA is limited to Clayart Members attending NCECA, who are =20
> able to meet at 6:30 for the exchange. We find it=92s much more fun =20=

> when you get to meet your partner face to face. Also, only one =20
> item per person may be entered into the exchange.
>
> NOTE!!
> So the Muggettes have had an email meeting and it looks like the =20
> crew so far is Rebecca Knight, Jennifer Boyer, Kathleen Gordon, =20
> Cheryl Litman, Miki Caldwell and John Jensen.
> We are putting out a call for a few new people, to keep a regular =20=

> rotation of volunteers going.
>
> If anyone has any comments about the procedure of the exchange =20
> Jennifer
> ______________________________________________________________________=20=

> ____________________________________
>
>
>
>
> ************************
> Jennifer Boyer
> Thistle Hill Pottery
> Montpelier, VT
>
> http://thistlehillpottery.com
>

*****************************
Jennifer Boyer
Thistle Hill Pottery
Montpelier, VT
http://thistlehillpottery.com
*****************************