Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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"We are a gentle and generous people. But let us not forget our anger. May it fuel not only our com-mitment to compassion but also our commitment to make fundamental changes. Our vision of the Beloved Community must stand against a vision that would allow the privilege of the few to be accepted as just and even holy. Our religious vision must again and again ask the Gospel question 'Who is my neighbor' and strive always to include more and more of us as we intone the words that gave birth to this nation, 'We the people...' We are, and we should be, both a gentle, and an angry people."

—William Sinkford, minister

NUUSLETTER

NUUSLETTER SEP 2018

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We are a Welcoming Congregation

 

Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
8625 Peggy’s Lane, P.O. Box 1881, Woodruff, WI 54568
715-356-3908 ~ www.nuuf.com

 

UPCOMING SERVICES
Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.
Sept. 2 John Bates, “Teaching the Sixth Sense: Compassion for the Natural World.”

Sept. 16, Rev. Philip Sweet, “Living a Life of Wonder.”

Sept. 30, Rev. Denise Tracy, “Beloved Community: How do we envision a world where all are included and valued?”

 

ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. alternating with our regular Sunday services
Sept. 9 and 23, 10 a.m., Two one-half-hour lectures followed by a discussion. "Turning Points in American History, “Lecture 25, 1873 Bloody Sunday---Ending Reconstruction” and “ Lecture 26, 1876 How the West was Won and Lost-- Custer.”

 

DISCUSSION GROUPS
Men's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship

All men of the fellowship are invited to attend this potluck followed by discussion led by Frank Patin. Participants need to bring a dish to pass as well as drinks of your choice. New members welcome. Contact Dick Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information or to bring the main course.

Women's Evening Discussion Group meets Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship in the Dr. Cline Room

All are invited to attend this discussion. No food is served. New members welcome. Contact Natalia Graf-Jones, for more information.

The regular Women's Discussion Group will meet Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 10 a.m.
Topic: "Dealing with difficult and/or serious situations".

 

MILESTONES
Cara Hettich 09-01
Sherry Zoars 09-01
Tim Kratz 09-01
Jonathon Beutler 09-01
Jerry Collins 09-05
Carly Ratliff 09-05
Ruth Erbs 09-07
Rev. Sydney Morris 09-07
Briana Kubinek 09-08
MacKenzie Reupert 09-08
Mollie West 09-10
Eileen Schultz 09-10
Greg & Dawn Holt 09-10
Pam Thul-Immler & Rick Immler 09-11
Sharon Reilly 09-11
Cathy & Dion Peterson 09-13

Is your Birthday or Anniversary missing? Or do you see a mistake that can be corrected? If so, please contact Candy Sorensen at (715) 892-2997 or sorencan@yahoo.com Thanks!

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS
For distribution of announcements between newsletters or email/address corrections, contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

● Frederick Place in Rhinelander has a sizeable number of dates open for meals. If you can help out with one of these dates you can either call Frederick Place at 715-369-9777 or email Tammy Modic at tammymodic.frederickplace@ gmail.com

● The next Fair Trade day at NUUF is Sunday, Sept. 2. A sampling of coffee and chocolate will be available.

● Ken Lonnquist and Doug Brown come to Tara and Jerry’s Saturday, Sept. 8, at 6 p.m.
Ken and Doug come to us after WPR’s Simply Folk, the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Summerfest, Wisconsin State Fair, Rainbow Summer in Milwaukee, Festival In The Pines, Shawano Folk Festival - and lots more in Wisconsin and beyond.
Ken Lonnquist brings laughter and song to audiences of all ages, exploring themes of nature, human nature, and current events. He began writing songs at seven, played guitar at 12 and has performed professionally since his college days at UW-Madison. Composer, performer and multi-instrumentalist Doug Brown's compositions have been heard at regional theaters especially American Players. For reservations, email woolpy@gmail.com. Donations $10 to $15 per person all for the performers.
Directions to our home from Paul Bunyan’s Restaurant on Highway 51 in Minocqua. Take Old Highway 70 west 1 mile to Dr. Pink on the left. Take Pink 0.8 miles south to Woolpy Drive on the right. Take Woolpy winding west 0.2 miles to the end at 8395 Woolpy Drive. Call 715 356 6276 if you get lost. As with all of Tara and Jerry’s concerts, this one is sponsored by Bats in the Boathouse Press.
● A Global Day of Action -- in Minocqua. Rise for climate, jobs and justice. Join the Peoples Climate Movement. Be part of the global movement that’s ending the era of fossil fuels and working for a socially just clean-energy economy. We will gather at Lutheran Calvary Church, 8632 Hwy 51N, Minocqua, between 9:15-9:30am. Then we’ll march to Torpy Park for a rally. Bring creative signs and lots of enthusiasm! All environmental & social justice groups encouraged to join & bring signs! For more information, visit riseforclimate.org or email our.wisconsin.northwoods@gmail.com.
○ Friend of the Earth, As you know, we have launched a new global warming activism group, "Northwoods Climate Action Network." That group now has its own Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/northwoods.climate.action
The page will have regular postings on climate change news as well as announcements of local events. Please "Like" the page so we can keep everyone informed and engaged.
As a reminder, we are hosting a march and rally at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8. We keep accumulating co-sponsors, and at this point our speakers include someone from the Sierra Club and the Northern Wisconsin Center for Working People.
Please spread the word and encourage people to come!
-David Barnhill

● MOVIE NIGHT TO RESUME: The Hospitality Committee wants movie night to resume. We will start having movies again on the third Tuesday of the month. Come at 6 and movie will start around 6:30. Bring your own snacks, drinks or even your dinner.

● Mark your calendars! The fall clean up of our section of Hwy 47 will take place on Sat., Sept. 29 at 10 :00 a.m. Meet at Hwy 47 and Cty F on north side of highway. Bags and safety vests are provided, please bring work gloves. So far, only a few people have signed up, so we need MORE HELP! Contact Connie Lefebvre at cnn.lef@gmail.com or 715-358-2470. Thank you!

● HEART OF WISCONSIN WALK: Celebrating Diversity. Recognizing that we are one. At 1:00 p.m. on Sept. 29th, hundreds of people will gather together to walk in a show of unity and respect at The Highground in Neillsville, Wisconsin.
"We believe that most people want to walk in a good way," said Gary Kmeicik (HunkpApa Lakota) one of the walk organizers and a Viet Nam vet. "The political rhetoric of meanness and divisiveness isn't what America is about. We want to invite everyone to join us in highlighting the goodness that is at our core."
"Two years ago several of us joined together at the Highground to celebrate diversity and to walk with respect and it's time to underscore that message again. We are just about done with a mini-documentary about the event and we thank all of those who walked with us," added Carol Amour, another of the event organizers.
They are planning to hold a second walk this fall in partnership with the Highground, a unique site in Central Wisconsin that honors the service of men and women who have sacrificed to protect our freedoms. Everyone is invited to join in, walking one-half to 2 miles followed by a celebration of diversity with ceremony and song.
"We'll be contacting veterans groups, college and university multicultural groups, and all the tribes in the state to invite them help share the word," added Amour.
A spoken word slam and sing along, and a showing of the rough cut of "the Heart of Wisconsin Walk: Celebrating Diversity" is scheduled for Aug. 29th in Lac du Flambeau Wisconsin. Donations will be greatly appreciated. They will help pay the filmmaker; pay for promoting the event; and provide water, tee shirts, and refreshments for the day of the event. Organizers, who are donating their time, hope to have at least 500 participants this year.
Call 715-439-3078or email amourcarol@yahoo.com for more information or to volunteer your help.

● HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE REPORT: The Hospitality Committee is organizing a cookout potluck for Sept. 30 after the service. We will have grills ready for you to cook anything. Come and enjoy a get together after the service and bring a dish to pass.

● If you have an announcement you wish to include in the Sunday bulletin pleases send it to Dick Fields, atdmafields@yahoo.com.

● Building and Grounds Report: The building and grounds committee has been busy. We have a new dishwasher in the kitchen. We also have a new lawnmower. We are investigating making our Fellowship an electric vehicle charging station. And we are planning to put lines in the parking lot to make it easier to park cars in an efficient manner. We’ve got a lot of room for parking if we just use it properly.

● NUUF 2018 Auction Results: Thanks to all the people involved in setting it up, all the people who donated and to all the people who attended we had another very successful auction. Cheryl Hanson did a great job as always at the mic. with total proceeds of $3,379.

 

 

Our NUUF Community

If you know someone who is interested in joining the Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, please contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com or call 715-892-2997.

Check out our website http://nuuf.com. Also take time to "LIKE" us on Facebook. Click here on Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for direct access if you already have a Facebook account. We're posting pictures, reminders about upcoming events and more.

EDITOR’S NOTE
Hello everyone, I will be compiling the newsletter for the foreseeable future! Please send announcements and updates to me, Carly Ratliff, at carly.j.ratliff@gmail.com or to Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com by Sept. 28 for the September newsletter. It is very helpful if your copy is written exactly the way you want it to read so that it can be copied and pasted. Thank you!

 

08/29/18
From Randy Wendt - President

Members of Northwoods Unitarian Universalists of Woodruff:
In line with the discussion of surplus Fellowship funds at the Annual Meeting, the Board is creating an Ad Hoc Committee to help decide how to use these funds, which total approximately $25,000. To help in this process, we have asked the Finance, Religious Education, Membership, Building and Grounds and Social Justice committees to appoint one representative to serve on Committee. We are also seeking two volunteers to serve as at-large members of the Committee, for total of seven. If more than two people volunteer for the at-large positions, the members will be chosen at random.
The committee's task will be to survey the fellowship for input and ideas, and to gather data on the costs of each proposed item, including projections of longer-term costs. For example, a salary for an employee, or the purchase of an item requiring regular maintenance, would have a continuing impact on our budget and would require larger contributions from members in following years.
The Board will present the results of the Committee's work to the Fellowship at the Annual Meeting in May 2019. The Board would like the Committee to submit its report to the Board by March 1, 2019. Please let me know if you are interested in serving on this committee as an at-large representative at wendt9333gmail.com, 715-356-1092 or in person by 09/30/18.
Thank you,
Randy

NUUSLETTER JUN 2018

Volume 19, No. 12 – June 2018

We are a Welcoming Congregation

 

UPCOMING SERVICES

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

May 13 Richard Olson

May 27 Rev. Erv Teichmiller

June 10 Betsy Schussler, “The Buddha in

King Lear’s Court”

June 24 Rev. Phil Sweet

July 9 Laura Erickson

July 22 Rev. Erv Teichmiller 

 

ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. alternating with our regular Sunday services   

June 3, 10 a.m.,  Turning Points in American History

June 17, 10 am., Turning Points in American History

 

DISCUSSION GROUPS

Men's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, June 12, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship

All men of the fellowship are invited to attend this potluck followed by discussion led by Frank Patin. Dick will bring sloppy joes for the main course, and others need to bring a dish to pass as well as drinks of your choice. New members welcome. Contact Dick Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information.

 

Women's Evening Discussion Group meets Tuesday, June 12, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship 

All are invited to attend this discussion. New members welcome. Contact Natalia Graf-Jones, for more information.

 

Women's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, June 26, at 10 a.m. at the Fellowship 

All women of the fellowship are invited to attend this discussion followed by lunch. New members welcome. The topic of conversation will be “Changes in clothing over the years.” Contact Mary Ann Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information.

 

MILESTONES

Lynn Deinard 06-03

Ethan Cummings & Jessica Rosenberg 06-07

Richard Thieret & Wenda Sheard 06-16

Stephanie Perkins 06-18

Lynn and David Deinard 06-21

Sue Ferguson 06-23

Faye and Lee Calvey 06-24

Cheryl Meier 06-26

Betsy Schussler 06-28

Alan VanRaalte 06-28

Barbara Bratcher 06-30

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

For distribution of announcements between newsletters or email/address corrections, contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com

 

UPCOMING  EVENTS

  • Frederick Place in Rhinelander has a sizeable number of dates open for meals. If you can help out with one of these dates you can either call Frederick Place at 715-369-9777 or email Tammy Modic at tammymodic.frederickplace@ gmail.com
  • From Jerry Woolpy: It's been our dream to open a theater at Piney Ridge and now we are. Yes we've done shows and concerts here in Minocqua for years but without an actual theater. Now we have one, outdoors, and under a roof. Come one and all to see Combustible’s presentation of “Flying and Falling,” directed by Kim Longhi. It's the story of Icarus, Leonardo, and Amelia. Make reservations at woolpy@gmail.com. The event starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2.
  • The next Fair Trade day at NUUF is Sunday June 10. A sampling of coffee and chocolate will be available on June 10.
  • The Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is sponsoring a pie and ice cream social on Sunday, June 10, after the Sunday service. Betsy Schussler will be speaking at the service, which begins at 10:00 a.m. Guests are encouraged and need not attend the service in order to join the fun at the pie and ice cream social, beginning at approximately 11:00 a.m.
  • Circle Dinner Picnics: If you are interested in hosting or attending a picnic this summer please sign up at the fellowship or email Toni Polfus at skipols@newnorth.net.

 

Our NUUF Community

If you know someone who is interested in joining the Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, please contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com or call 715-892-2997. 

Check out our website http://nuuf.com. Also take time to "LIKE" us on Facebook. Click here on Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for direct access if you already have a Facebook account. We're posting pictures, reminders about upcoming events and more.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE

Hello everyone, I will be compiling the newsletter for the foreseeable future! Please send announcements and updates to me, Carly Ratliff, at carly.j.ratliff@gmail.com or to Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com by June 28 for the July Newsletter. It is very helpful if your copy is written exactly the way you want it to read so that it can be copied and pasted. Thank you!

NUUSLETTER JUL 2018

 Volume 20, No. 1 – July 2018 (HTML Version below, PDF version here)

We are a Welcoming Congregation

 

UPCOMING SERVICES

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

July 8 Laura Erickson

July 22 Rev. Erv Teichmiller

Aug. 5 Rev. Brian Mason (Wausau UU minister)

Aug. 19 February Sky

  

ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. alternating with our regular Sunday services   

July 1, Lecture 17: 1831 The Righteous Crusade- Abolition,  Lecture 18: 1844 What's  New?  The Communication Revolution.

July 15,  Lecture 19: 1845 The Ultimate American Game - Baseball,  Lecture 20: 1846 Land and Gold - The Mexican War.

July 29, Lecture 21: 1862  Go West, Young Man! The Homestead Act.  Lecture 22: 1862 Terrible Reality- The Battle of Antietam.

 

DISCUSSION GROUPS

Men's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, July 10, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship

All men of the fellowship are invited to attend this potluck followed by discussion. A volunteer is needed to bring the main course, and others need to bring a dish to pass as well as drinks of your choice. New members welcome. Contact Dick Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information.

Women's Evening Discussion Group meets Tuesday, June 10, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship in the Dr. Cline Room

All are invited to attend this discussion. No food is served. New members welcome. Contact Natalia Graf-Jones, for more information.

The regular Women's Discussion Group will not meets for the month of July.

 

MILESTONES

Rick & Julie Wambach

07-02

Mike Dolphin

07-03

Frank Patin

07-03

Catherine Joppa

07-04

Carol Potter

07-06

Mary Ann Fields

07-07

Dick and Mary Ann Fields

07-07

Ardis and Herb White

07-10

Teress Toigo

07-12

Mel and Kay Hoff

07-13

Kathi Cushman

07-14

Marilyn Feser

07-14

Joe Dallapiazza

07-16

Audrey Williams

07-18

David Barnhill

07-19

Charles & Janice Reed

07-19

Cheryl Meier

07-20

Tom Sommerfeld

07-22

Randy Wendt

07-22

Candy Sorensen

07-24

David Deinard

07-24

Jacob Collins

07-27

Harley Erbs

07-29

Bob & Toni Lieppert Polfus

07-30

 

Is your Birthday or Anniversary missing? Or do you see a mistake that can be corrected? If so, please contact Candy Sorensen at (715) 892-2997 or sorencan@yahoo.com Thanks!

   

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

For distribution of announcements between newsletters or email/address corrections, contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com

 

UPCOMING  EVENTS

  • Frederick Place in Rhinelander has a sizeable number of dates open for meals. If you can help out with one of these dates you can either call Frederick Place at 715-369-9777 or email Tammy Modic at tammymodic.frederickplace@ gmail.com
  • Annual Concert featuring Frogwater Saturday, July 14, at 4 p.m at Piney Ridge. Come by car, by boat, or plane!
    • Watch from the water— swimming, wading, on a SUP, or in a boat, or find a chair on the dock. As always Frogwater will play from the dock to entertain a flotilla of folks from near and far. It’s the waterworld’s summer high at Piney Ridge.
    • In case you don’t know: Frogwater is the acoustic musical pairing of John and Susan Nicholson accompanied by their children Opal and Flynn. Renowned for their musical virtuosity and exuberant performances, they think of themselves as musical ambassadors of "eclectic acoustic peoples' music" spanned from Celtic to Delta blues, classical to pop with a healthy dose of unique, original material. Their innovative interpretations of traditional tunes span centuries. They tour whenever and wherever possible and enjoy playing festivals. They perform concerts and have become sought-after regulars at many clubs and pubs. Both John and Susan play an array of instruments, constantly mixing it up and having fun!
    • For reservations. email woolpy@gmail.com. Donation $10-$20 per person all to the performers.
    • Directions to our home from Paul Bunyan’s Restaurant on Highway 51 in Minocqua. Take Old Highway 70 west 1 mile to Dr. Pink on the left. Take Pink 0.8 miles south to Woolpy Drive on the right. Take Woolpy winding west 0.2 miles to the end at 8395 Woolpy Drive. Call (715) 356-6276 if you get lost.
    • As with all of Tara and Jerry’s concerts, this one is sponsored by Bats in the Boathouse Press publisher of “Releasing Gillian’s Wolves,” “Raising Wild Ginger” and “Midnight Supper at the Rise and Shine” by Tara Woolpy and all of Dev Bentham’s redemptive gay romances.
  • The next Fair Trade day at NUUF is Sunday, July 8. A sampling of coffee and chocolate will be available on July 8. We do not have individual bags of decaf coffee
  • Circle Dinner Picnics: If you are interested in hosting or attending a picnic this summer please sign up at the fellowship or email Toni Polfus at skipols@newnorth.net.

 

Our NUUF Community

If you know someone who is interested in joining the Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, please contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com or call 715-892-2997. 

Check out our website http://nuuf.com. Also take time to "LIKE" us on Facebook. Click here on Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for direct access if you already have a Facebook account. We're posting pictures, reminders about upcoming events and more.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE

Hello everyone, I will be compiling the newsletter for the foreseeable future! Please send announcements and updates to me, Carly Ratliff, at carly.j.ratliff@gmail.com or to Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com by July 28 for the August newsletter. It is very helpful if your copy is written exactly the way you want it to read so that it can be copied and pasted. Thank you!

NUUSLETTER APR 2018

Volume 19, Number 10 – April 2018

We are a Welcoming Congregation

 

UPCOMING SERVICES

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

April 1 Rev. Erv Teichmiller

April 15 Rev. Tony Larson

April 29 Rev. Mary Beth O’Halloran

May 13 Richard Olson

May 27 Rev. Erv Teichmiller

June 10 Betsy Schussler

June 24 Rev. Phil Sweet

 

ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. alternating with our regular Sunday services  

April 8, 10 a.m., “Turning Points in American History” 1773 Liberty!.   The Boston Tea Party & 1776 We're Outta Here - Declaring Independence .

April 22, 10 a.m., 1777 Game Changer - The Battle of Saratoga & 1786 Toward a Constitution - Shay's Rebellion

 

DISCUSSION GROUPS

Men's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, April 10, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship

All men of the fellowship are invited to attend this potluck followed by discussion led by Frank Patin. Volunteers are still needed to bring the main course and others need to bring a dish to pass as well as drinks of your choice. New members welcome. Contact Dick Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information.

Women's Evening Discussion Group meets Tuesday, April 10, at 6 p.m. at the Fellowship

 

All are invited to attend this discussion. New members welcome. Contact Natalia Graf-Jones, for more information.

Women's Discussion Group meets on Tuesday, April 24, at 10 a.m. at the Fellowship

 

All women of the fellowship are invited to attend this discussion followed by lunch. New members welcome. The topic of conversation will be “What was dinner like when you were growing up and what is it like today.?” Contact Mary Ann Fields, dmafields@yahoo.com, for more information.

 

MILESTONES

Tara Reed                                          04-03

Joyce Barnes                                     04-08

Ann Sorensen                                               04-12

Steven Cyra                                        04-13

Trish Kirk                                           04-13

Joe Strauss                                        04-14

Jessica Reupert                                04-14

Nancy Young                                     04-15

 

Doris Eberlein                                              04-16

Tony Dallapiazza                             04-19

Aaron Rusak                                     04-20

Matthew Rusak                                04-20

Stephanie Perkins & Gary Pajonk 04-22

Barbara Logan                                              04-23

Annamarie Beckel                           04-28

Xylina Graf                                        04-30

Is your Birthday or Anniversary missing? Or do you see a mistake that can be corrected? If so, please contact Candy Sorensen at (715) 892-2997 or sorencan@yahoo.com Thanks!

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

For distribution of announcements between newsletters or email/address corrections, contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Frederick Place in Rhinelander has a sizeable number of dates open for meals. If you can help out with one of these dates you can either call Frederick Place at 715-369-9777 or email Tammy Modic at tammymodic.frederickplace@ gmail.com
  • Fair trade coffee and chocolate returns to NUUF. The following Fair Trade products will be available April 1. Special orders can be made at that time, with a wider selection. (April is the last month chocolate can be shipped until autumn.) COFFEE: Organic Breakfast Blend, Organic Colombian, Organic Mind, Body & Soul, Organic French Roast, Organic Love Buzz, and French Vanilla. CHOCOLATE: Organic Ecuador Dark Chocolate (65% Cacao), Organic Dark Chocolate Almond (55% Cacao), and Organic Dark Chocolate Caramel Crunch with Sea Salt (55% Cacao). For more information, contact David Barnhill at david.barnhill.925@gmail.com.
  • Don’t forget to vote April 3.

Our NUUF Community

If you know someone who is interested in joining the Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, please contact Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com or call 715-892-2997.

Check out our website http://nuuf.com. Also take time to "LIKE" us on Facebook. Click here on Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for direct access if you already have a Facebook account. We're posting pictures, reminders about upcoming events and more.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE

Hello everyone, I will be compiling the newsletter for the foreseeable future! Please send announcements and updates to me, Carly Ratliff, at carly.j.ratliff@gmail.com or to Candy Sorensen at sorencan@yahoo.com by April 28 for the May Newsletter. It is very helpful if your copy is written exactly the way you want it t

    

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