Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Vendor Spotlight: MaKaNcy

Those of us in EWGS who attended the Fall 2008 Seminar have fond memories of MaKaNcy (a.k.a. "The Card Ladies") as they were a favorite vendor there. MaKaNcy is a greeting card business made up of three ladies: Margaret Caldwell, her sister Kay, and their friend Nancy. But they're oh-so-much more than that! At the seminar, the ladies dressed in campy 1950's period outfits and added definite flair to their card making! An example of one of their greeting cards is below:

We very much look forward to having MaKaNcy as a vendor at our state conference!

It's not too late to register for this terrific conference! Click on the link below:

Online Registration
(need help with the online registration? read our tutorial here)

Brochure and Saturday Schedule
(to help you choose your classes and activities)

Mail-in Registration Form
(for those who prefer registering offline)

If you are interested in being a vendor at the Washington State Genealogical Society's 2009 State Conference, would like to advertise in our syllabus, or if you have an item or service which you would like to donate as a door or raffle prize, please contact Miriam Robbins Midkiff.


Larry Cebula said...

Where is that autostart sound file of an interview coming from? How do we turn it off?

Miriam Robbins said...

It is from an earlier post further down the page, "Susan Faulkner Interviewed About Her Book, Early Pasco". Actually, now that another post has been added, the post about Susan is now on an earlier page.

To turn off a sound file you can either turn off your speakers, or go to the post and click the stop button.