On Saturday Nov. 19th we got together and raked leaves. Jim Cunningham, Betsy Morishita, and Kim Tanabe demonstrated how to load a bag.
Kim shows us some leaf piles. We saw familiar faces, about twelve helpers arrived with bags, and yup, many hands make the work light.
The lawn is much improved.
Thank you, Don Morishita, for organizing the day. The lawn looks great!
Guest at your table
You can help make UUSC’s 70th anniversary a banner year for global human rights. By celebrating Guest at Your Table in your congregation, you are helping nurture a spirit of gratitude and “justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.” Guest at Your Table fosters understanding and awareness of UUSC’s human-rights work.
Guest at Your Table is an annual tradition in which congregation members take home a box featuring people that UUSC has worked with recently. These people are your ‘guests,’ and you are asked to share your blessings with them each meal by putting your spare change in the box. As you give to your guests, you can learn about them by reading the Stories of Hope booklet. UUSC uses the funds raised through this program to support our human-rights work in the United States and around the world!
Magic Valley UU Fellowship is a cooperative endeavor, and we need you to help us be successful! Join one of our committees, and find yourself among friends!
Here’s Melody washing some windows. Good work, Melody. Wow!!
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