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Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs):

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The First Day School Committee is seeking applicants for two positions in the First Day School Program: The Program Coordinator and the Education Coordinator.  Both Coordinators are paid positions and each position would be for up to 10 hours per week.  The FDS Committee is seeking first to recruit from within the Meeting Community.  Anyone with an interest in either position should contact Bob Newbery, Convener of FDS Committee for further information.  bobnewbery at gmail.com.

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IMPORTANT CHANGES!

Meeting will be changing Sunday Worship and First Day School times beginning February 7, 2016:

Meeting for worship with attention to business will be from 9:45-11:10 on 1st Sundays.

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September-October: Quaker Want Ads Sponsored by Nominating Committee: During this period there will be opportunities to learn more about the committees and our Meeting's related concerns that keep our Meeting functioning, enhance our community, and try to help make the world a better place. Please look for information in the library during this time and use the sign up sheets to sign up to serve on a committee of your choice. If you are already serving on a committee please indicate on the sign up sheets whether or not you wish to continue serving on a committee.

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NOTE JulyBusiness Meeting will be the 3rd Sunday, July 17, due to the large number of attenders from our meeting gong to Friends General Conference in St. Joseph, Minnesota. 

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One edge of our community, something which some have been sensing much more as a deep change than an edge, has been the loss of 6 of our long term members and attenders. All of them have been engaged with us for many years, some of them during our formative years. Even as we name them; George Steuer, Virginia Sample, Lora Schlaefer, Gene Farley, Jeff Patterson, and Barbara Houghton, we find ourselves visualizing all of the ways they are part of who we have been and still are.

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