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February 2021 “Share the Plate:” Poor People’s Campaign

This month, we will share our plate with the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival, a grassroots movement to end the five interlocking injustices of poverty, racism, militarism, ecological devastation, and religious nationalism so that the more than 140 million poor and low-income Americans “are no longer ignored, dismissed or pushed to …

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Online Lunch with Shoreline Unitarian Minister, Rev. Terry Sweetser

A virtual lunch each Monday at noon with Rev. Terry Sweetser, transitional minister at Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society in Madison, began on January 11.  Rev. Terry says, “Together we’ll eat lunch and enjoy conversation, share stories, express opinions. Maybe we’ll learn something . . . and definitely we’ll laugh together.”    To receive the Zoom link …

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Volunteer Corner

IMMEDIATE NEED! Stephanie Warren, chair of the Memorial Garden Committee, has a time-sensitive need in March for help in preparing a space in the Memorial Garden for a former member’s ashes. The required space is not large (about the size one might dig for a large plant), and Stephanie estimates it should only take between …

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Splinters from the Board

Town Hall Meeting: We had a great turnout this past Sunday. Thank you for joining us and continuing our conversations about our future together. Next Town Hall will be March 21, 2021 Click here to view the Town Hall presentation from last Sunday’s meeting. Click here to view the minutes taken from our Town Hall.

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