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Valentine, Fawn


VALENTINE, Fawn. American, b. 1949. Genres: Crafts. Career: Mountain State University, instructor at School of Academic Enrichment and Lifelong Learning, 2000-; FMRS Health Systems, Inc, Hinton WV, service coordinator, 2003-. Lecturer in textile history; instructor in hand-weaving; former operator of a production weaving studio. Cabin Creek Quilters, member of board of directors, 1990-94, vice president, 1992-94; West Virginia Heritage Inc., member of board of directors, 1991-; Monroe County Bicentennial, member of board of trustees, 1995-2000. West Virginia Broadcasting Authority, producer of a special, A Stitch in Time, broadcast by WSWP-TV, 1995. Publications: West Virginia Quilts and Quiltmakers: Echoes from the Hills, 2000. Contributor to periodicals. Address: PO Box 100, Alderson, WV 24910, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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