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MEETINGS: 1 p.m. the second Thursday of each month in the Aiken County Regional Library on Chesterfield Street in Aiken.

Dorothy L. Johnson is the president of the Aiken chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild.  Ron Cockerille/Staff
Ron Cockerille/Staff
Dorothy L. Johnson is the president of the Aiken chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild.

MEMBERSHIP: The chapter has 24 members. Joining the chapter automatically brings membership in the national association. Dues are $10. More information is available at www.needlepoint.org.

MISSION: For the education and preservation of needle arts

QUOTE: "Longtime friendships are one of the things that come out of the group for sharing creativity. We have some wonderful summertime luncheons, so we have a social aspect as well as an education aspect." - Dorothy L. Johnson, president

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